Conducted in person. Actually meeting each other in the flesh.
Like, ‘We need to have a face-to-face meeting with the supplier, clear up our questions about the contract.’
7. Pass On:
Collins says, “I feel sorry for old people living alone after their wife or husband has passed on.”
This is a more delicate way to say ‘die’. You could also say ‘pass away’.
At a company someone might make an announcement, ‘Everyone, David’s grandmother passed away this week.’
8. Extended Family:
Collins says, “They don’t have an extended family to give them the emotional support they need.”
Extended family has two meanings. One is a household that includes other relatives besides the nuclear family like grandparents, uncles and aunts. It can also refer to relatives outside the nuclear family even if they don’t live in the same place.
Like, ‘Many members of his extended family gathered for Christmas including his cousins.’
9. Emotional Support:
Another common expression is ‘moral support’.
Meaning encouragement. Helping a person feel confident.
You could say, “He was nervous about making a speech in English so he asked a friend to be there for moral support.’
10. Settle Down With:
Wu says elderly people in her neighborhood are always telling her to find a nice guy to settle down with.
Someone to get married to.
Men get told this too. ‘You should find a nice woman to settle down with.’ Or, ‘You should find a nice woman. Settle down.’
6. in personも同じく重要です。
7. 辞書には以下の様に載っています。You can say that someone passed on to mean that they died, if you want to avoid using the word ‘die’ because you think it might upset or offend people
10. withのないsettle downは、辞書には以下の様に載っています。When someone settles down, they start living a quiet life in one place, especially when they get married or buy a house.
参照した辞書はCollins Free Online Dictionaryです。