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Autobiography - My Most Terrifying Moment.

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Autobiography Foreword I was the kind of child who at an early age was keen to learn new things and loved watching T.V. And because I loved watching T.V., I now wear glasses. I learnt quite a lot when I was very young, such as counting and the names of shapes. But I never learnt where I came from, which I would learn a lot later. I liked to talk and sing songs, such as nursery rhymes, which I wouldn't dream of singing now. I also had fights with my little brother, which would end in him crying and me getting hit. And the hits hurt. So I cried as well. I used to have strange beliefs such as India was in the clouds because we went in an aeroplane to get there and aeroplanes go into the sky. I didn't think that we landed back on the ground. I also believed that if I swallowed chewing gum, then it would get stuck in my throat and would block the air I was breathing in, so I would choke to death. Another weird belief I had was that characters on T.V. were actually inside my T.V. set, acting their parts. These beliefs are bizarre, but at an early age, you don't really know what is happening around the world so you create your own world with your beliefs and superstitions. I used to believe in those imaginary beings such as Santa Claus and the Tooth Fairy, but then again who doesn't? ...read more.

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I held my glistening sword higher. But the dragon swung its mighty tail and shattered my brother's leg and mine. We fell. It was too much. I could see the green eyes of the dragon ablaze in scorching revulsion. I shut my eyes tight. "And if you run across the road again, if the driver doesn't kill you, I will!" My father bellowed. He left the room. I stared at my brother, who was crying, with blistering hatred. I just got hit for no reason at all. It wasn't my fault. So the time when I got in most trouble was for something I didn't even do, although maybe if I didn't run in the first place, none of this would have happened. The Time I Was Most Excited (Script) Setting: Thorpe Park Date: fifteenth August two thousand and one Vasanth, his brother Vishnu, his mother, his father, his cousin sister Ananthi and her mother and father are in the theme park. Vasanth is eyeing a new roller coaster. Vasanth: Mum, can I go on that roller coaster? Ananthi: Yeah! Vishnu: I'm not going Mum: You will upset your stomachs and throw up Vasanth: Mum, please! I really want to go on it, it's Nemesis Inferno! It's new! Mum: Should they go? Looks at Aunt Aunt: Ananthi you will get a stomach ache. You're all too young Ananthi: Please! It says we have to be that tall! She gestures at the height sign Ananthi: See! I'm tall enough Mum: If your dads say yes, then you can go, but one of them has to come with you Vasanth and Ananthi: Ok Vishnu: But I don't want to go! ...read more.

Conclusion

But they should have been more careful, with something as delicate and important as the KS3 SATs results. So I got home and went back to my game. After I finished that particular level, I decided to play FIFA 2004. Suddenly I heard the door bell. The sound echoed into my ear drum. And I knew it was time. I ran downstairs and opened the door. Sure enough, Vishnu was waiting there- with my results! He gave it to me and we exchanged byes and good lucks. Then I went to my mother and brother, also called Vishnu, and showed them the envelope. "It is time." I peeled open the envelope and picked out a paper. I had the paper in my hand. I was too nervous to open it. My heart was in my mouth. My knees were suddenly disjointed and loose. But I had to open it. Carefully, I folded out the paper and stared at the letters and numbers written on it. My eyes bulged. In shock. I looked at the results and- cheered! I had achieved 877-the highest possible levels! I showed it to my mum and she hugged me. My brother was also pleased and inspired. When my whole family found out, we had a party. I wasn't expected to get a 7 in English; I got a 5 for the mocks in English. But now I got a 7. And also an 8 for Maths and a 7 for Science. I was truly happy, and now believe that if you put your mind to it, you can achieve anything. So my happiest moment was when I found out my SATs results for KS3. By Vasanth Naidu 9K5 ...read more.

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