My Favourite Childhood Memory
Hook: Passing my first English exam
Background: When I was thirteen years old, my teacher suggested to me to pass an exam, which took place in Moscow. At first, I hesitated but then I decided to do that.
Thesis statement: So the most unforgettable experience of mine begin.
My arrival to Moscow. Visiting MSU. Meeting Andrew Bell. Passing exam.
In conclusion, I want to say that this is the liveliest recollection of my childhood, which also helped me to choose my future profession.
Childhood memories are special for everyone. Looking back on my childhood, I cannot choose just one thing that remained forever in my memory but the most memorable one was passing my first English exam. When I was thirteen years old, my teacher suggested to me to pass an exam, which took place in Moscow. At first, I hesitated but then I decided to do that. Therefore, the most unforgettable experience of mine began.
I arrived in Moscow early in the morning. It was still dark outside and as it was in the middle of December very cold. Nevertheless, it was wonderful because I finally felt good after the stuffy train compartment when I got off the train and the fresh air filled my lungs. My cousin met us and he drove us home. We had a little rest then a few hours later my mother and I went to MSU. We walked as MSU was directly opposite to our house. When we entered the university, I was amazed. It seemed like another world that existed independently of the city. It had its own special atmosphere. There were many young people. Some of them were fussing around, some had found a secluded place and were reading, and some were discussing something. Then the classes began and all of them dispersed on classrooms. It became very quiet in the corridors. At last, Andrew Bell arrived and the writing part of our exam began. After completing the written part, we had a 30-minute break. Then the speaking section of the...