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Describe a personal experience that still sticks in your mind

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Introduction

Explain how you felt at an important moment in your life. I hate Tuesday, because that's the day that I have piano lesson. I have been playing piano since I was five. My piano teacher were very straight, if I didn't practice, she would scold me or even hit my finger with pencil. So I was so scared to face her. One day, I walked into the lift, pressed 19, the lift started to move upwards. ...read more.

Middle

From now on, I'll be straighter to you. Make sure you practice your piano!' Oh no... I said to myself. From that day onwards, I practice piano everyday but still, Mrs. Chan still hit my finger sometimes because I am not concentrate enough. I get more and more nervous everyday since soon will be my exam. Finally, the day has come. I dressed nicely with my favourite dress, make sure my finger nails are clean and short, keep on practicing and practicing again and again. My mum drove me to the place where the exam took place. ...read more.

Conclusion

After greeting the examiner, I started my first song. I was playing that song with a blank mind, I didn't even read my piano sheets, the first always the toughest. The exam went smoothly, I didn't make any major mistakes fortunately. When I walked out the room, what a relief! A big relief since I know that I will soon have piano exam. A few weeks later, my mum gave me a letter, it said 'Piano association......' that's my piano result. I asked my mum to read the letter for me. Her eyes went big when she was reading it, then she smiled to me. 'Congratulations! You did it!' ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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