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  1. CORRECTION The last time I have a difficult choice to make it is when I must choose a section for my studies. • The last time I had a difficult choice to make was when I had to choose a section for my studies. • Indeed, the section I choose would determinate the kind of job I will do after the high-school. • Indeed, I knew the section I had to choose would determine/ dictate / decide (+on)somehowthe kind of job I may have after high-school. I didn’t used to being afraid of backing up in front of challenges 1-4 - I didn’t use to be afraid of challenges 2-4 - I didn’t use to back up in front of challenges 3-4 I’m not the kind of person who easily backs up in front of …. 4-4 I’m not the indecisive type, generally speaking, but there, I ….

  2. I don’t know what choose cos … counts a lot for me. • I still don’t know what to choosebecause … matters a lot to me. • I didn’t know which one to go for as both equally mattered to me. • I had a difficult choice few times ago. I must chose to come back at home or to stay with my friend. • I had a difficult choice to make a little/ some time ago. I had to choose between either coming back home/toLyon or staying with my friend. • I was afraid of don’t take the good decision • I was afraid ofnotmakingthe right decision • It’s my dream ever since I have 10 years, it is for that it was so difficult to decide. • It has been my dream ever since I was 10 , that is why it was so difficult to take a decision..

  3. Afterwards, I wanted to tell the truth, but I knew my parents quarrelled me. • Afterwards, I wanted to tell the truth, but I knew my parents wouldtell me off. • I felt more and more sad as the decision was more and more difficult. • I felt sadder and sadder as the decision grew more difficult every day. • On one side I was afraid of this decision • On the one hand I was afraid of what might / could result from this decision

  4. Exprimer le conseil My friends said that I should tell the truth because if my parents understand alone, they will be more angry. This advice has helped me because I choosed to tell the truth. My friends said that I should tell the truth because if my parents found it out on their own, they would be even angrier. This piece of advicehelped me because I chose to tell them the truth. • No matter what is your decision, the choice that you have take should be your. • No matter what your decision is, the choice that you will eventually make should be yours, and yours only. • She could informe me of his experience. • She could inform/tell me about her own experience • She could advise me from her own experience

  5. A day, a friend sayed to me that I ….// Before that, I had spoken with lots of people in order to they gave me advices • One day, a friend told me that I ….// Before that, I had spoken with lots of people so (that) they might/should give me some advice. . My decision have influenced by my parents; In this situation, they had reason. • My decision was eventually influenced by my parents.In that particular situation, they were totally right. • Everyone has advice me I should not go ….. • Everyone advised me against going there …..

  6. I will say that I listen people advices because I chose what I like to.. • I would say that I usually don’t listen to people’s advice, and in that particular case again, I chose to do what I liked / I wanted to. • My friends would like that I stay with their, but I was not sure it was the good idea. I had counted the negative and the positive points and I still don’t know what to do; • My friends wanted me tostay with them, but I was not sure it was the right thing to do. I had weighed up the pros and cons , but still, I didn’t know what to do. • But what influenced my decision in fact were my uncle and my grandmother. • But the people who(most) influenced my decision in fact were my uncle and my grandmother. • In front of this difficult choice … but I don’t regret to do that. • Faced with such a dilemma, I … , and now I don’t regret making such a choice.

  7. Types d’intros bien réussies • Most people must make choices in their lives, but they are not always easy to make. • We have choices to make everyday, but difficult ones are scarce. So when we are faced with a true dilemma, we often feel insecure and at a loss for what to do next. • Being faced with a dilemma is not something we like, and yet, we’ve all experiencedit at one time or another. The last time I had a difficult choice to make was last year. • (The poet) The American poet R.Frost would like to show us, in his poem ‘ the Road not Taken’, that in life, there are always choices to be made, and once you’ve made them, there’s no turning back. I saw that for myself two years ago when I had to choose between .....~ing or …..~ing. • The last time I had a difficult choice to make was last summer, at the end of July. To understand the situation better and grasp why the decision was so difficult to make, let me explain first what had taken place / happened before..

  8. Exemple de production • Being faced with a dilemma is not something we like, and yet, we’ve all experienced it at one time or another. The last time I had a difficult choice to make was last year. • Indeed, I had to choose which section was most suitable for me to carry on my studies in high-school. I can’t say I’m the literary type, so opting for a GCSE in arts was out of the question, but then I could have selected either economics or sciences as my majors. The trouble is, I was interested in both subjects, and I could manage both. So what to do ? I spent an awful lot of time thinking about it, because I wanted to be sure I made the right decision.

  9. I know that nothing is entirely irreversible, however there is quite a lot of pressure on us, because this choice seemed to be the one that would shape my entire life afterwards. So I kept thinking to myself : what will happen later on if you realize you are in the wrong section ? Will I really succeed in maths and biology ? Physics has never been my strong point, anyway, so I knew I would have to make great efforts in that subject, but then maybe I was over-rating myself in the others ? • And also, I tried to anticipate what would happen after my final exams. Would it be easy for me to find a job ? So, I tried to ask my friends, my family and my teachers, of course, for advice.

  10. They all tried to help me. My friends told me sciences were the best option for my future professional life, as the range of jobs we can access with a scientific diploma seems to be wider. My family advised me to listen to my heart only and (to) do what I I really wanted to. And as for teachers, their advice was to think of the job I was going for and so make up my mind according to this plan. But the trouble was, I had no career plan ! And I still haven’t. • I finally made a decision : I chose sciences. Was I right ? Would it have been better for me to choose economics ? Nobody will ever know if it was the right or the wrong choice. And I don’t want to have regrets. What is done, is done, and once we have set our minds upon a course, let’s do the best we can to succeed in it. There’s no turning back anyway, so why wonder ? Still, I can’t help wondering, if I had taken the other road …..