Describe a time when you shared something with others.
You should say:
What you shared
Who you shared it with
Why you shared it
And explain how you felt about sharing it
1 What are the consequences if children don’t to share?
2 How do you feel about sharing accommodation with others on campus?
3 How could parents and teachers teach young children to share?
There are lots of times I’ve shared things with others; I regard myself as a fairly generous person and I also enjoy sharing things with others. The last time I shared something with someone else… let me think… well, actually, the last time I shared something quite important and significant was with my friend, who is also studying the same subject, business management. I had managed to get hold of a number of seminal textbooks, in digital format, for one of our courses, and he had also managed to find a few books too. So, we both met up with USB memory sticks and we shared the materials we had found for these courses. We also had dinner together and shared our ideas about the courses, how we may approach studying them and doing the assignments, and the best online sites where we could find more of the materials, ideally for free. So, I think this is something that many students do, actually, share materials, share ideas, share perspectives on studies. I always feel good about sharing things, whatever they are, because it encourages a social culture where being helpful and kind is something that increasingly more people value. I think in a busy society, a competitive environment, and a quite stressful modern world, it’s important that people do not forget the value of sharing and helping others. As a student you’re usually under quite a lot of pressure, perhaps financially too, and so it’s the kind of environment in which people really should share things with each other, help each other out and try to make life better for those around us. It’s not just physical things that people share, like my example above, it’s thoughts, ideas, opinions and values. It’s worth remembering that these are equally as valuable as tangible physical things!