Describe a memory of your childhood.
You should say:
What it was
When it happened
How it affected your later life
Whether you remember it as a pleasant or disgusting memory.
I still remember many childhood memories and some of them had a profound impact on my life. When you are a child everything is considered a memory. Most of them stay fresh in your mind even after some decades. A few of them aren’t difficult to remember. I was a five-year-old kid and I was in the market with my mother and I was playing around and watching the windows. Suddenly I found out that I got lost. I was kept in a police station for one day until my family could find me at last. You know part of it isn’t and can’t be pleasant, being lost isn’t a good memory but whenever I remember how warmly the policeman treated me and how happy I was when I saw everyone crying for me and caring about me, I consider it a pleasant memory. But believe me, I’m still wary of markets. You think I’m kidding but I am really serious. The interesting point about this memory is that before that mishap, I was afraid of policeman and tried to hide behind my mother whenever I saw a policeman or a police patrol, but after that I liked them so much since they were very kind to me, I remember that one of them bought some sweets for me. Anyway, things may not look so bad if you reconsider them some other time.
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Car ownership has increased so rapidly over the past thirty years than many cities in the world are now ‘one big traffic jam’. how true do you think this statement is? what measures can governments take to discourage people from using their cars?