Discuss an accomplishment or event, formal or informal, that marked your transition from childhood to adulthood within your culture, community, or family.This prompt allows you a lot of flexibility because the keywords are so broad.In order to participate in the scholarship contest, applicants must meet the following criteria: In order to participate in the essay contest, applicants must present a 2-minute video essay discussing the following issue: Thanks to millions of dollars from investors like Uber and Google, Dockless bike and scooter companies such as Lime, Jump Bikes, and Bird are popping up everywhere.
Discuss an accomplishment or event, formal or informal, that marked your transition from childhood to adulthood within your culture, community, or family.
It was a day when I witnessed a road accident between a bus and a truck.
But the aged persons felt alarmed at the high speed of the bus.
Our life is like a bubble in a river, like the dew it falls in night and disappears in the morning.
It filled me with great horror and I remained upset for many days.
Because while we’ve all had accomplishments, not each of them has helped us to think and act more like an adult.
And that’s the key here: you need to show that whatever it was that you achieved, completed, performed or produced – it was an important event in your process of becoming more mature, more responsible and more dependable.
I feel pained whenever I am reminded of the accident. They must follow the traffic rules to avoid such accidents.
In the meantime it so happened that another bus tried to overtake our bus. But it was too late and within seconds we saw a head-on collision between the overtaking bus and the truck. The injured were put into the ambulance van and driven to a nearby hospital. Those who had got minor injuries were given first aid. Accidents are always dreadful because they lead to injuries, loss of life and property. Like the lady whose beautiful dream was shattered in seconds with the death of his husband and son.
For example, many of these companies do not communicate with the cities they intend to infiltrate, but instead, just show up overnight and literally drop thousands of bikes and/or scooter into the city.
These new, emissionless modes of transportations have their obvious benefits to commuting citizens, but what about regulations, street laws, injuries, abandoned equipment, etc.?