Describe a person you wanted to be similar when you were young.
You should say:
– Who that was
– How old were you then
– What that person had
– Explain why you wanted to be similar to that person.
(Who that was) Everyone has an idol to whom he wants to be similar, I’m not an exception. Tuyen, a ASEAN Classical winning chorister, was the person who I made a lot of efforts to be like. She was one of the most recognised members of my church back then due to her ability to sing as she was always chosen for the leading part as well as soloing in most important events. As the choir comprised a lot of people from different age groups in charge of different roles. After the audition, I became a member of the soprano group.
(How old were you then) I was a 14-year-old girl back then while Tuyen was 24, meaning that she’s exactly 10 years older than me.
(What that person had) Tuyen, at the age of 24, graduated from the Institute of Music with honours as she aced her graduation exam with the maximum score of 10.0. On top of that, with such an outstanding performance during the whole process of her at the institute, she was chosen as the only Vietnamese representative in the ASEAN Classical competition, which has been well-known for giving birth to and unearthing an immense number of talents in ASEAN.
(What you wanted to be like that person) Of course, it was her voice that I wanted to have. I went to great lengths to make my voice like hers, and I was nearly successful until someone else told me to use my own voice as it’d sound a lot more natural, which made me give up her voice and started to sharpen my own one. Moreover, I also dreamed of winning the ASEAN Classical championship like her as it brought her fame and wealth.
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