Is this correction right?

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Jan 12, 2018 12:20
Is this correction right?

http://lang-8.com/940906/journals/208655245733998108380237193582445792362

I refer to any member in a family who I spent the most time with. If I use the, it seems like I have to discuss a specific person.


Oops. Now I think his correction is right. Maybe I can say "Describe a family member who you can spend most of the time with." When it's not a thing of the past, the person can be anyone because it hasn't become a reality yet. I can use "a" in this circumstance. Do I understand right?