Nancy: If you can choose, will you marry a foreigner or a Chinese?
Sara: Why? Did tom pop the question?
Nancy: Not yet. But I wonder if I can get my parents consent.
Sara: Let me guess, your parents want you to marry a Chinese man, right?
Nancy: You are right. It is giving me a real headache. I feel like Im between a rock and a hard place.
Sara: I used to have the same pro石家庄成人英语学习班有适合上班族的吗sdyxyj.com？我觉得从小孩抓起来。blem when I was with my ex.
Nancy: Oh, how did you deal with it?
Sara: I just let it go and continued dating with my Korean boyfriend. But finally we broke up.
Nancy: Oh, its a pity. What was the matter?
Sara: Simple. We had personality clashes and there were too many cultural differences.
N: Like what?
Sara: He hoped to live in the Korean way and asked me to give up working and stay at home to take care of the family.
Nancy: Oh, I see. In their culture women should put family first.
Sara: Yes, he said it would be better for me and for the whole family. But I simply can not quit working.
Nancy: so thats why its hard to have a happy marriage with a foreigner.
Sara: Not really. There are many successful mixed marriages around us.