The questions in Part 1 are on general topics about your life. Your answers are from your life and experience. There is no right or wrong answer.
Topic : Voice
1. Has your voice ever changed?
2. Do you enjoy recording your voice and listening to it?
3. Are there some people’s voices you don’t like?
4. Does anyone in your family have a similar voice?
5. How does your voice change in different situations?
Q1. Has your voice ever changed?
Yes, my voice has changed. My voice grew from a baby/child voice, a high pitched soft, if you will, to the modern, mature voice that it is now. It happened due to the hormonal changes, and my voice became deep.
Q2. Do you enjoy recording your voice and listening to it?
Yes, I like to record and listen to my voice. Actually, I have fond of singing so sometimes I record a song which I sang, and then I hear it. No, I do not like to record and listen to my voice because my voice is not soft, so I think I am not suitable for recording.
Q3. Are there some people’s voices you don’t like?
Yes, of course. I am not too fond of high pitch voice because it irritates me, and unfortunately, my uncle, who lives next to our house, uses a very high pitch to speak something even though the person stands or sits near him. So I always ignore to talk to him.
Q4. Does anyone in your family have a similar voice?
Honestly speaking, I have not paid much attention to it, but I sometimes get confused that my mother is calling me or grandmother is calling me because both have a similar voice.
Q5. How does your voice change in different situations?
Well, every person’s voice changes according to the situation. When I meet with a stranger person, I speak very softly. I use a high pitch voice when I give a presentation because it is necessary to make others understand your idea, and it is possible when you use high pitch. I speak faster whenever I am with my friends and family because I know they can understand me easily.
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