Describe a person you wanted to be similar to when you were growing up. You should say:

- When you first met the person
- Who this person was
- What this person did
- And why you would like to become this person

Describe an old person who is interesting. You should say:

- Who this person was
- How you know this person
- What you do with this person
- And explain why you think this person is interesting

故事简介：我的小学数学老师是一个聪明又有趣的人，我小时候很想成为她。我第一次遇到她是在小 学的数学课上。她非常喜欢我，她很专注于学生。她教学方式很有趣。数学像她一样优秀的话能给生 活带来很多便利。

My mathematics teacher in primary school, Jane, was very interesting and smart although she was 50 years old. I wanted to be similar to her when I was a kid. She is 5 feet 5, has a bit fat body and a great complexion. Her face is a bit round, which makes her look amiable.

I first met her in a mathematics lecture, when I was in primary school, and she was a lovely woman who, if I remember well, really liked me. She was very humorous and dedicated towards her students, and that was probably one of the reasons why I grew to love mathematics. During the lecture in a spacious room, she aimed to introduce us to solve problems with basic operations, like addition and multiplication, and how to think about simple real-life problems using mathematics. Various daily examples demonstrated during the lecture attracted us a lot, making the talk more interesting. For example, counting people in rush hour is an excellent way to evaluate the profit of a local Sushi store.

She was very interesting, as she explained difficult theories in plain language, kept a bag of candies and would give candy to anyone who answered challenging questions. I would like to become good at mathematics like her, as the mathematics that I learned from the lecture was useful to me in multiple ways. Problem-solving was also helpful in my hobbies, as they involved playing around with electronic devices and motorbikes engines.