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By definition fear is a negative feeling induced by a personal perception to threat or danger Although felt by everyone fear is a very strong feeling that causes unease to all and is not likely to be enjoyed by any There are many days which cause fear just with the thought of anticipation such as a surgery appointment a dental emergency or the first day of work However my most frightening day was definitely my first day of fourth grade because I didnt speak English I was afraid of getting lost and I was scared of interacting with all the children My most frightening day was the first day of fourth grade because I didnt speak English I had just moved to Florida from Venezuela and could only speak Spanish which made me panic due to the fact that my school didnt have such an advanced ESOL program at the time Not only was I completely out of my comfort zone by not being home and facing a situation that I would avoid at all costs but also I had to face teachers that spoke something I didnt understand at all and read textbooks that seemed to be written in gibberish My mom had given me some wise advice Just try to blend in that way youll learn how to act like an American kid And so I did I pretended to understand the lectures pretended to finish my readings and followed the crowd as I winged my first day of school Without a doubt the first day of fourth grade was definitely my most frightening day because of the language barrier I had to faceThe size of my school made it very terrifying for me to face my first day I was used to a small sized school with one set of stairs and no such things as portables here I had to read room numbers find passages to get to the cafeteria remember
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