How do you describe a time when you helped someone?
Describe a time when you helped someone. You should say: whom you helped and why; how you helped this person; what the result was; and explain how you felt about helping this person. [You will have to talk about the topic for one to two minutes. You have one minute to think about what you are going to say. You can make some notes to help you if
What are some examples when you have helped someone?
Another instance when I have helped someone, was when I spotted a girl a little younger than I was who was injured and crying on the footpath. I approached her cautiously and bent down to ask her what had happened. She told me that she was going on a jog alone but she slipped and grazed her knees and hands and that now she couldn’t get up.
Do you lend a helping hand to others?
So, I often lend a helping hand to others, even if it is in a small way, and for this cue card topic, I would like to share my experience of helping an old lady who was a complete stranger to me. I still remember the event vividly. A few months ago I was returning home from the city train station.
Why do you think helping others is important?
Well, I believe helping others is a quality that makes us human and it gives us an inner satisfaction that we can not feel in any other way, at least this is what I believe.
Describe a time when you helped someone. Well. I try to help people whenever I can, even if it is in a small way. I try to help my parents with work in the house, and I usually help with the cooking whenever I am around at the time the meal is being made.
Do you keep count of all the times you helped others?
There’s no big or small help, so yes, I do not keep count. 3 Did your parents teach you the importance of helping others? My parents have always taught me to help selflessly. One should never expect anything in return. Always remember, they chose you to ask for help. 4 Have you ever refused to help others?
Is extending a helping hand a good or bad thing?
Extending a helping hand to the needy who ask for it is certainly a good thing. Helping somebody, who needs it badly but never really asks for it, is even better.