My grandfather is the most generous person I know. He has given up a life of his own in order to give his grandchildren everything they want. Almost every evening, he spends nearly two hours in checking whether his grandchildren have fully understood their school works, and explains to them again and again when they encounter difficult concepts. During weekends, he always takes his grandchildren to the seaside, to the park, or to the sport-ground, to play various games with them. Whenever his grandchildren are sick, he promptly sends for the doctor, orders a special diet for them, and stays with them patiently from morning till night. His generosity is also evident in his relationship with his neighbors and friends. For instance, three months ago his neighbor’s nine-year-old daughter broke her leg in traffic accident and was taken to hospital, but his neighbor could not afford to pay the hospital expenses. My grandfather, whose living is depending on the saving of retirement from the government, promptly gave all his saving to his old neighbor without a word. Last week, his old friend's house is seriously damaged during an unexpected storm. My grandfather, though old and weak, made every effort to help his friend to repair the flooded shabby house. He is also talkative that whenever he chooses you as his listener, whether you are willing or not, you cannot escape from him without giving up two or three hours of your precious time. He is a frequent visitor to other’s house. In short, everybody who knows my grandfather respects him deeply and thinks highly of him for his kindness and generosity.