Describe a child’s misbehavior in public
You should say：
When you saw it
Where it happened
What did the child do and how others reacted to it
And explain how you felt about it
Last month, when I took a train from Shenzhen to Hunan for visiting my parents, I saw a mother with two children under the age of ten, who really should have been in bed at home instead of travelling so late on a Sunday.
While many of the passengers were sleeping, the older boy played a heavy metal song in a high volume, jumping on and off the seat, and he rolled his eyes at the passengers when they asked him to be a bit quieter. A few passengers couldn’t bear it so that they moved to the next carriage. Moreover; he was so spoiled as his mother didn’t stop him even though she noticed how other people reacted. It seemed that he was never considerate of others.
I got very annoyed by the noise and kid. I have nothing against that kind of music though, but unfortunately, the song was terrible because of the bad rhythm and high pitch. It sounded like screaming rather than singing. As a highly-sensitive person, loud music could trigger my destructive emotion easily. I could feel the thumping beat of my heart suddenly. I became a bit nervous because my memory flashed back to the time when I had an asthma attack many years ago.
故事简介：上个月，我从深圳坐火车去湖南探望父母，看到一位母亲带着两个不满十岁的孩子，真不该在星期天这 么晚的时间回家睡觉。当很多乘客都在睡觉的时候，年龄大一点的男孩在座位上跳上跳下，播放着一首重金属歌曲， 当乘客们要求他安静一点时，他对他们翻了个白眼。一些乘客受不了了，于是转到下一节车厢。而且，他被宠坏了， 他的妈妈即使注意到其他人的反应也没有阻止他。他似乎从来都不为别人着想。噪音和孩子让我很烦。我并不反对 这种音乐，但不幸的是，这首歌很糟糕，因为它的节奏很差，而且音调很高。听起来像是在尖叫，而不是在唱歌。 作为一个高度敏感的人，大声的音乐很容易引发我破坏性的情绪。我能感觉到我的心突然砰砰直跳。我变得有点紧 张，因为我的记忆闪回到许多年前我哮喘发作的时候。