Question: Answer the following questions to form a continuous paragraph. (100 words)
- What do you know about your childhood?
- How old were you when you were admitted to the school?
- Who took you to school?
- What was your first impression of the school?
- What was your feeling when you entered the classroom?
- How do you feel remembering the day?
Answer: One can hardly forget one’s childhood memories whether pleasant or painful. A variety of things happened in my childhood days, but I remember very few of them. I remember the happy days with my parents. I often played with my mother. She was my best friend and companion. My education began with a picture book. I was about six years old when I was admitted to the school. My father took me to school for admission into class I. All the children were lined up for the interview. After some time a teacher called my name. I entered the room and he asked me some questions. After answering, he enrolled my name and sent me to the classroom. I became nervous as all the children were unknown to me. But within a short time, I found a boy who was our neighbor. It gave me courage. Then we talked and sat on the same bench. Then the teacher entered the room. When he started talking, I felt fine. The teacher was very friendly. When I remember the day, I feel that if I were a child again.
- Paragraph on Your Classroom
- Paragraph on Our Classroom
- Composition on Your Childhood
- Paragraph on Your First Day at School
- Paragraph on My Playmates
- Short Paragraph on Our School
- Paragraph on Your Childhood Memories
- Paragraph on Daily Activities of a Teacher
- Paragraph on Your Reading Room
- Short Composition on My Childhood Memories