Describe a Person Who Impressed You Most when You Were in Primary School- IELTS Cue Card
Describe a Person Who Impressed You Most when You Were in Primary School.
You should say:
- Who this person was
- how you knew them
- Why this person impressed you
- how you feel about this person
Childhood is a phase where people get beguiled and fascinated by a lot of things and getting awed by a person, specifically, adults, is one of the most common matters. One person that I was very impressed with was Mr Jagveer, as he had all the virtues a gentle and nobleman should have. He was very ethical and he used to inspire all of us kids back then.
He was our class teacher in class three and was our Mathematics teacher in class fourth and fifth consecutively. One quality from an academic purview that used to strike awe in all of us was his ability and nimbleness while performing mathematics calculations. He was extremely diligent towards his field of studies and left no stone unturned in teaching us in the best possible way. To this date, I remember all of his basics and formulae classes with tips and tricks so vividly as though it’s a matter of a few weeks ago.
Apart from being a adept teacher, he used to be one person whom all of the students used to rush to in order to get the childhood quandary and conundrums resolved. The bonding he had with us was more profound than any other teacher at our school. Moreover, his equations with other teachers and staff of our school were yet another commendable thing about him.
Not only did he treat everyone so respectfully, but he also ensured that we respect everyone regardless of one’s position and stature in society. He was indeed a virtuous and righteous human being and though he left our school once we were promoted to the mid-school, he will always have a special position in my heart.
Eg.: The peacock looked so beautiful that we were beguiled.
Eg.: They were fascinated by his story.
Eg.: His nimbleness in his field has earned him a place of repute.
Eg.: This new bill generated a lot of conundrum among people.
Eg.: Jack was an adept actor and an amazing human being.
Part 3 Questions
Are kids happier than adults?
Certainly, kids are happier than adults. Childhood is the phase when they are carefree, lackadaisical and free from the incarceration of responsibilities and liabilities. All these points make kids happier than adults.
Why do people always miss their childhood?
Childhood is often touted to be the loveliest phase of one’s life. It is called a golden phase of one’s life and, understandably so, a phase where everyone is untrammelled and tension-free. This is why people miss their childhood.
Why do people still remember many of their friends from primary school?
The friends we make during our childhood or during our primary school years are made from utmost innocence with no sense of avarice, selfishness and shrewdness. They are made spontaneously and purely by heart. That is why we still miss the people we met in our primary school.
Eg.: His lackadaisical behaviour used to raise our eyebrows quite often.
Eg.: I was an untrammelled kid who used to play around the whole day.
Eg.: His incarceration, even though he was innocent, led to his nervous breakdown.
Meaning: the most
Eg.: This chapter is of utmost importance.
Eg.: Her shrewdness was very apparent yesterday when she pushed her competitor in the pool.