Your Childhood Paragraph
(a) Whom do you live with? (b) What is your position in the family? (c) What are your grandfather, grand mother, father and mother? (d) What class is your younger brother in? (e) What class are you in? (f) What memories of childhood can you recollect?
I live with my parents, grandfather and grandmother. We are three brothers and sisters. I am the eldest of them. My grandfather is a retired government school teacher. At present he spends his time in social activities. My grandmother is a nice old lady. My father is a doctor working in a government hospital. My mother is a professor of English in a college. My younger brother and sister read in class viii. They are very sharp. Now I am fourteen. I am in class ix. At present I cannot recollect all the memories of my childhood. But some of the memories of my childhood school days are still vivid in my mind. When I was six, my father got me admitted into our village primary school where I spent four years. On the first day when I entered the school compound with my father, the children were enjoying themselves here and there. My mind was troubled with fear that I might not be quite free and easy in their midst, But the warmth with which my classmates received me dispelled all my fears. My heart began to beat fast when I was taken to the Headmaster but his smiling face and gentle words put me at ease. He used to inspire me to do well in the examinations. He loved me very much. He was my best guide. Though I have left that school. I would never forget him.