Paragraph on My Childhood Memories Or, My First Day at School

Question: Answer the following questions to form a continuous paragraph. (100 words)

  1. What do you know about your childhood?
  2. How old were you when you were admitted to the school?
  3. Who took you to school?
  4. What was your first impression of school?
  5. What was your feeling when you entered the classroom?
  6. How do you feel remembering the day?

Answer: One can hardly forget one’s childhood memories whether pleasant or painful. 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 the 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.

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