Describe a Time when You Got Into Trouble

Describe a time when you got into trouble

You should say:

  •  what type of trouble was it?
  • How did you get into it?
  • How you handled it?
  • And explain how you felt about it.?

Sample Answer of Describe a Time when You Got Into Trouble

getting into trouble and coming out of it is a human tendency, in my view. I ignore such situations to not get into huge trouble, but I still remember one of the times when I got into huge trouble. It still gives me a nightmare. I remember that when I was 15 years old, I was having my exams. My parents went to visit my grandparents in my village. I was going there after 3 days, and my father told me that I should travel by train, so I booked a train ticket. I reached the railway station on time, but unfortunately, I forgot to take my identity proof which you need to show while you travel via train in Indian Railways, but I had to visit my grandparents, so I didn’t get out of the train started. As soon as the ticket checker arrived, he told me that I could not travel further if I did not have valid identity proof. so I tried to convince him, and it is hard to explain that how hard it was because I was literally in tears because of this situation and my fellow passengers were also tried trying to try to convince the ticket checker that this is just a mistake, and then I suddenly remember that one of the identity proof I always carry as a soft copy and as per the new government law it is legitimate to show your softcopy to the ticket checker, so I just opened my mobile and my mailbox where I had that softcopy basically I showed him and he also it was embarrassed that I was the valid person who was travelling and the situation was sorted out, but I promised myself not to travel without a valid identity proof after that

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Follow-ups Described a Time when You Got Into Trouble

Question 1. Do you like helping others?

Answer – Yes, I am a vivacious and helpful person. I like to help every person in every possible way without a hitch.

Question 2. In your view, should children be taught to help others?

Answer – yes, absolutely this is an excellent question I must say because if we teach our children how to help others and the values of helping others our next generation will be very good. It will ultimately help our country to move forward worldwide.

Question 3. How can we encourage children to help others?

Answer – I think teachers and elders should motivate children how about helping others they should teach them the values of helping others and advantages they can get by doing that so basically when they start implementing this idea, they will experience those benefits. It will ultimately motivate them to continue helping others.

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Question 4. Do you think people are less willing to help others these days compared to the past?

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Answer – Well, I don’t think so. In the last 2 years since this coronavirus pandemic has started, we have seen the best part of humanity. Many non-governmental organizations and many industry lists are on the field to help everyone. They are also helping people reach their hometown,n and many workers are being paid without even working, so I think there is a ray of hope in society. These people are the true beacon of society.

Question 5. Do people trust others as much as they used to in the past?

Answer – I think people do not trust each other as they used to do in past because frauds and bad elements of the society are the main reason for that earlier person used to live a simple but very promising life and today in this fast world people do not easily trust anyone because they are always afraid to get cheated.

Question 6. How can charitable organizations help people?

Answer – Well, I can relate to this question because I work for a non-governmental organization called the art of living, so I know how it operates. Basically, they conduct breathing and meditation workshops they charge for it, and whatever money they earn out of it, he utilises it for educating children in rural areas. They also run skill centres where illiterate people can come and learn a particular skill that can help them find a good job. They also run some relief activities after any calamity natural calamity.

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