[You will have to talk about the topic for one to two minutes. You have one minute to think about what you’re going to say. You can make some notes to help you if you wish.]
My mother used to tell me bedtime stories during my childhood and I have heard some of those stories so many times they have been permanently depicted in my memory.
One such story was the story of a boy who was 10 years old and got lost one day. The boy tried to get back home but since a bad magician used his black magic on the boy, he could not get back to home. The boy would be totally lost once the magic engulfs him totally and the magician would then use the boy to do bad things. But in the boy’s memory was his mother and father and that’s why he was not totally lost. The boy continued his search for the way back to his home and on this journey, he met an old man, a wounded tiger, a candy man, a king and a nomad with gold coins. Each time the boy met someone many exciting things happened. In fact, those were the tests for him. If he passes those tests would be able to get back home and if he fails the tests, he would never be able to get back home. His confront with the king was most exciting as he had to go to different places and collect different things from challenging places to prove that he was innocent. Each time the boy faced a new challenge and amazing circumstances, the story gets more exciting.
After the boy won the last challenge he was given, the impact of the magic was no longer applicable and he found that he was standing nearby his home. As a child, I really enjoyed the story. I was almost the same age the boy in the story was and every time he faced a new challenge, the story took a turn and revealed another challenge. The story was intelligently made and I loved to hear it.