5. Describe a person you would like to study or work with
- Who is that person?
- Why would you like to study with him/her?
- What will you study?
I would like to study with my mother, who has been my role model and a source of inspiration throughout my life. She is a highly intelligent and motivated individual. Mathematics has always been a subject that my mother and I have shared a passion for. As a child, I remember spending countless hours solving puzzles and problems with her, and she always made it fun and engaging. She has a unique ability to break down complex concepts into simpler, more digestible forms, which has helped me to develop a deep understanding and appreciation of mathematics.
If I were to study with my mother, I would want to focus on more advanced topics in mathematics, such as calculus, differential equations, and linear algebra. I believe that with her guidance and expertise, I could gain a deeper understanding of these complex concepts and be better equipped to solve problems that I may encounter in my academic or professional life.
Beyond her mathematical expertise, my mother is also an incredible mentor and role model. She has always encouraged me to pursue my passions and interests, and has been a constant source of support and guidance throughout my life. I admire her work ethic and dedication to her profession, and I believe that I could learn a lot from her about how to be successful in whatever I choose to do.
In conclusion, studying with my mother would be invaluable assets as I work to enhance my own knowledge and understanding of mathematics.
Speaking part 3(follow up questions)
1. What kind of people do you like to study or work with?
– I like to work with people who are enthusiastic, passionate, and have a positive attitude. I also prefer working with people who are open-minded, creative, and willing to try new things. Team players who are supportive and collaborative are also people I enjoy working with.
2. Do you think managers can be friends with their subordinates?
– It can be challenging for managers to be friends with their subordinates as it can create conflicts of interest and blurred lines of authority. However, it is possible to have a professional relationship that is built on mutual respect and trust, and where the manager can still provide guidance and support to their subordinates.
3. Which one is more important for you at work, development in work related skills or the recognitions from your supervisor?
– To me both development in work-related skills and recognition from a supervisor are important for career growth and job satisfaction. However, the priority would depend on the individual’s career goals and personal values.
4. Should children be allowed to choose whom they want to sit with or should it be decided by the teacher? Should children be allowed to choose their classmates?
– Children should be allowed to choose whom they want to sit with to encourage socialization and collaboration. However, it is also important for the teacher to ensure that all children feel included and that no one is left out.
5. Should children be involved in management activities of the school?
– Children should be involved in management activities of the school to instill a sense of responsibility and leadership skills. It can also promote teamwork and problem-solving skills.
6. How should one behave in office to get along well with others?
– To get along well with others in the office, one should be respectful, professional, and considerate. Effective communication, active listening, and showing appreciation for others’ work can also help build positive relationships.
7. Is it important for children in school to get along well with others?
– Yes, it is important for children in school to get along well with others as it can promote a positive learning environment and social skills that are crucial for their future success.
8. What kind of people are popular at work?
– People who are friendly, reliable, and skilled at their jobs tend to be popular at work. Those who are team players, adaptable, and able to work under pressure are also highly valued. Positive attitudes, good communication skills, and a willingness to learn and grow are other qualities that make people popular at work.