Describe an incident where someone apologized to you. You should say:
– Who was it?
– What did the person say?
– Why was this incident memorable to you?
Sample Answer of:
Describe an Incident Where Someone Apologized to You.
Who was it?
The world‘s toughest job is to accept an individual’s fault and apologize to a person. I can remember here one of the incidents that flabbergasted me. Last week, my boss and I went for a meeting with the client’s company, sharing information and explaining our products’ features.
What did the person say?
Unfortunately, my boss didn’t understand the actual requirement and features to explain and share the same information required. Still, my sir went crazy and stopped me to explain all the things as he misunderstood me. He realized all sudden and sorry for the scrutinizing act.
Why was this incident memorable to you?
That might be a game-changer thing for me as I believed that I would get a promotion for my smartness, but that didn’t happen. We all laughed by the end of the period. However, it is really demanding thing for people to sorry, which people unlikely to speak.
Part 3 (Discussion)
– What kind of apology means more to you: words or actions?.
This might be a small word, and people should accept it as a normal thing rather than taking it emotionally.
– Why are people selfish?.
Individuals are mean as they only believe in doing things for their selves rather than others. However, more greed and power of position force them to become evil-minded.
– Should we be more considerate?
. We should be as in this mean and nasty world; people should be more selfless and caring.
– What teaches us to be considerate?
It teaches us to Act with responsiveness, wiseness, and caringly to the whole community. Behaving with good manners always sets the best example for the next generation, so people should follow that path.
This is the end of the speaking cue card: Describe an incident where someone apologized to you.