Describe a person who impressed you most when you were in primary school
- Who this person was
- how you knew them
- Why is person impressed you
- how you feel about this person
Sample Answer of Describe a Person Who Impressed You Most when You Were in Primary School
I believe that we all have that one person who inspires us in our primary school seeing whom we get motivated. I would like to talk about a ma’am who was my English teacher in my primary school. She was so kind-hearted and generous person and always there to encourage us to participate in all the cultural events.
I remember an incident where I was so nervous about participating in a debate at school, and she was so supportive and helped me not only to participate but also to win the competition. The best trait of her was that she used to go out of her way to help and encourage children and boost their self-confidence.
We all used to be soo happy in her class and loved her abundantly. There was a point in my life where I had to make an important decision about my future studies; even though my parents were there to help me, I went back to my school and asked her for guidance, and that conversation with her was so helpful for me in deciding my career. She always enlightens and amazes me with her knowledge and energy levels.
Follow-ups of Describe a Person Who Impressed You Most when You Were in Primary School
Question 1:- Are kids happier than adults?
Answer:- Certainly, kids are happier than adults as they don’t worry much about their future and would love to enjoy the present moments. They get happy with small achievements and would like to celebrate them like if they learn a new skill, they would show it to every person in the house and feel proud of themselves. At the same time, we adults are always tense for some other reason.
Question 2:- Why do people always miss their childhood?
Answer:- I think that childhood days were carefree days back then; we did not have any responsibility and were not always tense about the future. We were loved by all and were not judged by anybody. We had time to play and learn new things at our pace. We didn’t have competitiveness with someone, and we were happy the way we were.
Question 3:- Why do people still remember many of their friends from primary school?
Answer:- I think that over the years the bond strengthens and friendship becomes for a lifetime. we have special memories with school friends and we cherish those memories forever. The relationship at that stage of life was so pure so that it lasted in our hearts forever.
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