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浙江省衢州第二中学 2014 届高三上学期期中考试英语试题
第 I 卷(选择题部分共 80 分) 第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 20 小题;每小题 0.5 分,满分 10 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑 1. Quzhou is ______ most comfortable city, where you can visit a great many interesting places, such as______ mysterious Longyou Grottoes. A. a; the B. a; 不填 C. the; a D. 不填; the 2. You asked about my high school. Well, it’s a bush school—the classrooms are made of bamboo and ______ grass; and there is no electricity ____ water and even no textbooks either. A. the roofs in; or B. roofs of; and C. the roofs of; or D. the roofs from ; or 3. We first walked up a mountain to a ridge ______ we had a fantastic view. A. which B. from which C. that D. from where 4. Six months ago Xie Lie said goodbye to her friends and family in China and _______ a plane, but she was nervous as she didn’t know _______. A. boarded; what to expect B. abroad; what to expect C. aboard; what to be expected D. boarded; what to be expected 5. In my essay, I gave my own opinion and explained it by _______ other authors. A. belonging to B. occurring to C. according to D. referring to 6. ____ the first Spanish to go to California, the majority ___ religious men, ____ ministry was to teach the Catholic religion to the natives. A. Of; were; whose B. In; were; which C. Among; was; whose D. Of; were; which 7. Michelle did not want to _______, buy a house and get married before she met Michael. A. settle in B. settle up C. settle down D. settle back 8. But at last the determination and patience of the scientists ________ in 1996 with a breakthrough—the cloning of Dolly the sheep. A. were paid out B. paid out C. were paid off D. paid off 9. Although at present human egg cells and embryos needed for cloning research are difficult _____, Newspapers _________ evil leaders hoping to clone themselves. A. to obtain; wrote B. to obtaining; wrote to C. to obtain; wrote of D. to be obtained; wrote 10. When I _______ my mother in the countryside ____ the phone she was very upset. A called at; in B. called for; on C. called on; in D. called up; on 11. I may have to work late, in ______case I’ll telephone. A. that B. which C. the D. whose 12. You can use a large plastic bottle, _____ cut off, as a pot to grow young plants in.
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A. the top is B. the top of which C. whose top D. with its top 13. Every opportunity should be made use _______ our oral English. A. of practicing B. to practicing C. of to practise D. of practise 14. The high building is one of the most challenging engineering projects they have ever _____. A. undergone B. overtaken C. undertaken D. experienced 15. ---My e-dictionary is not in the desk. Who have taken it? ---I don’t know. But keep looking and you will find it. A. should B. could C. need D. shall 16. ---See you later, Mr. Black. Pleased ______. ---Me too. See you later. A. to meet you B. to have met you C. to meeting you D. having met you 17. ---I don’t think our coach knows the real reason for our losing the match. ---Well, surprisingly, he does. Our team leader has been called in and now. A. has been questioned B. is being questioned C. is questioning D. has questioned 18. ______in the center of the square ______a sculpture the great man. A. Standing; are; to B. Placed; is; of C. Placing; are; of D. Stood; is; to 19. Owing to the level of the water pollution in the city, it will be 30 years or even more _______ the city’s water quality returns to normal. A. before B. that C. when D. since 20. Now I have a good idea of ______ it really means to be a senior student in Quzhou No2 High School. A. that B. who C. whom D. what 第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可以 填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 We all like to think that we are perfect to a fault. And whose fault is that? Not mine. Recently, my husband and I got up at the 21 of 4 am to catch an early 22 to New York. We were extremely 23 , perhaps because we were sleep-walking. And we were all ready when the taxi came to 24 us 45 minutes later. It was a quiet 25 to the airport. We didn't even chat, because he was enjoying
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his new iPod. At the airport, the taxi 26 to let us get off, at which point the iPod guy 27 me and said, "We don't have our 28 ." "You are 29 , right? " I replied, for he 30 lied like that. "No. I mean it. Did you bring it down? I didn't." "What do you mean; you didn't?" I shouted. "All our things are there." "How 31 !" I was thinking, "You're always 32 to do things like bringing down luggage. This is your fault, 33 now, we may 34 our flight." I didn't say that out loud, 35 . He already knew how I felt. The experience showed I had a hard time accepting 36 . But what do you think of me? Psychologists think that the best way to assess ourselves is 37 the eyes of others. We often don't recognize that we've done wrong. Oh, and that missing suitcase? We went home 38 in the taxi, picked it up, returned to the airport and made it through with minutes to 39 . Later, while walking along Broadway, I noted how 40 I was. I hadn't said a thing about his forgetting our suitcase at home. 21. A. point B. hour C. strike D. period 22. A. bus B. train C. flight D. taxi 23. A. still B. excited C. calm D. disappoint 24. A. collect B. pick C. fetch D. draw 25. A. drive B. experience C. travel D. ride 26. A. pulled in B. pushed in C. hurried in D. dragged in 27. A. turned to B. turned up C. turned against D. turned away 28. A. briefcase B. suitcase C. clothes bag D. food bag 29. A. running B. laughing C. joking D. cheating 30. A. rarely B. always C. hardly D. never 31. A. clever B. stupid C. sad D. great 32. A. expected B. asked C. requested D. supposed 33. A. and B. if C. while D. but 34. A. catch B. quit C. change D. miss 35. A. either B. as well C. though D. besides 36. A. punishment B. advice C. responsibility D. belief 37. A. in B. through C. over D. on 38. A. slowly B. carelessly C. sadly D. hurriedly 39. A. spare B. use C. leave D. share 40. A. stupid B. sorry C. wise D. funny 第二部分:阅读理解(共两节,第一节 20 小题,第二节 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 50 分) 第一节:阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项 A、B、C、D 中选出最佳选项。 A China has a long tradition of respecting education. But its present education is not that respectable. According to the Hurun Report, which conducted one-on-one interviews with 980 wealthy Chinese people with net assets of more than 60 million yuan ($9.5 million) in 18 mainland cities from May to September, about 14 percent of them said they had either
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already moved overseas or had applied to do so, and another 46 percent said they planned to emigrate within three years. All cited the higher-quality education available for their children overseas as the reason. Such a mindset has resulted in a growing number of Chinese students studying abroad. To be fair, our primary and high schools are a leader in content throughout the world. The Program for International Student Assessment last year offered a feather in the cap for our education. Participating in the program administered by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, teenagers in Shanghai were far in advance of their peers from 64 countries, including the United States, in reading literacy, mathematics and science. So why does education in this country leave so many wealthy parents cold? Children in China have no say in what they learn. They normally learn by rote and are forced to study the subjects that help them in examinations for a school of a higher grade, especially the college entrance exams. Studies conducted by the China Youth and Children Research Center show that more than half of Chinese secondary school students study overtime and they don't get enough sleep. And more than 70 percent of students in primary and middle schools take after-school tutoring classes, which is considered a heavy burden on children. And this situation turns many parents into demons like "Wolf Father" Xiao Baiyou in Guangdong province, who supported his children's learning with verbal abuse and physical violence. Xiao doesn't pale in comparison to Tiger Mother Amy Chua in the United States. He is satisfied with his parenting skills, as he has sent three of his four children to Peking University, one of China's most prestigious higher learning institutions. Such ways of stimulating children to learn are certainly scary enough to make those Chinese parents with deep pockets choose a foreign school for their kids. As long as exams-oriented education continues, parents will look overseas for a better way to educate their children. 41. How many of the wealthy Chinese interviewed were in favor of moving overseas? A. 14% of them. B. 46% of them. C. 32% of them. D. 60% of them. 42. What reason was given by the interviewed for their emigration to other countries? A. Better education for children. B. one-on-one public service. C. Higher standard of living. D. Increasing net assets. 43. What does “a feather in the cap” Paragraph 4 most probably mean? A. A hop. B. An honor. C. An escape. D. A challenge. 44. Education in China is criticized in this passage for the following flaws EXCEPT ______. A. burdening children with after-school tutoring classes B. Depriving children of sleep with too much study C. forcing children to take college entrance exams D. making children learn by rote memorization 45. What is the author’s opinion of “Wolf Father” and “Tiger Mother” parenting style? A. Supportive. B. Satisfactory. C. Stimulating. D. Scary.
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B Generic Name: ASPIRIN Pronunciation: Why it is prescribed (开药方): Aspirin relieves mild to moderate pain. It reduces fever, redness, and swelling. It prevents blood from clotting (凝结). When it is to be taken: Aspirin is often taken without a prescription. Follow the instructions on the label and package. If your doctor prescribes aspirin for you, you will receive specific instructions for how often you should take it. Keep in touch with your doctor. How it should be taken: Aspirin comes in the form of suppositories (栓剂), capsules, and regular, coated, extended-release, and chewable tablets. Regular, coated, and extended-release aspirin tablets and capsules should be swallowed with a full glass of water or milk after meals to avoid stomach upset. Chewable aspirin tablets may be chewed, crushed, dissolved in a liquid, or swallowed whole; a full glass of water, milk, or fruit juice should be drunk immediately after taking these tablets. Special Instruction: Children should not take aspirin for fevers associated with flu or chickenpox (水 痘) because such use has been linked with a serious illness known as Reye’s syndrome. Adults should not take aspirin for pain for more than 10 days (five days for children) without consulting a doctor. Aspirin should not be taken by adults or children for high fever, fever lasting longer than three days without a doctor’s supervision (监管). Do not give more than five doses (剂量) to a child in a 24-hour period unless directed to do so by a doctor. If you miss a dose, take the missed dose as soon as you remember it and resume the prescribed schedule. Side Effects: Although side effects from aspirin are not common, they can occur. Nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, indigestion and heartburn are common. Take aspirin after meals, with a full glass of water or milk. If these effects continue, contact your doctor. Ringing in the ears, bloody or black stools (粪便), difficulty breathing, dizziness, mental confusion and sleepiness are rare. Stop taking the drug and contact your doctor. Other Precautions: If you are pregnant or breast-feeding women, inform your doctor before taking aspirin. Do not take aspirin if you are within three months of delivery. Do not take aspirin if you are allergic (过敏) to it. If you have diabetes (糖尿病), regular use of eight or more regular strength aspirin
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tablets a day may affect test result. If you are taking large doses of aspirin on a long-term basis, avoid having alcoholic drinks because alcohol can increase stomach problems. To prevent an overdose of aspirin, read the labels before taking other pain relievers and cold products to be sure that they do not contain aspirin. Storage Conditions: Store aspirin in a cool place or in a refrigerator. Throw away aspirin that smells strongly of vinegar. Keep this aspirin out of the reach of children. 46. Which of the following about Aspirin is correct? A. It only comes in the form of regular tablets. B. It should not be taken for more than 5 days for children. C. It can be used to reduce fever and pain and prevent blood clotting. D. It causes ringing in the ears or difficulty breathing after being taken 47. If you start taking aspirin, you should do all the following things EXCEPT ________. A. keeping in touch with your doctor B. taking aspirin tablets after meals to avoid stomach upset C. drinking a full glass of juice immediately after taking chewable aspirin tablets D. taking more than 8 regular strength aspirin a day while suffering from diabetes 48. The underlined word “resume” most probably means ________. A. continue B. make up C. pause D. throw away 49. Which of the following might be a side effect caused by Aspirin? A. blood clotting B. stomach upset C. lasting fever D. sight problem 50. Where can we probably come across such a text? A. In a research paper. B. In the package of a medicine C. In a medical textbook. D. In a scientific and technological magazine C At the beginning of every year we promise ourselves we will live a healthier life, and exercise more. The year tarts with the best of intentions, but many times we are unable to keep up with very high goals. Good news is that a healthy lifestyle is achievable and it’s all about making small changes that make a difference. News on healthy lifestyles says that the key is moderation and consistency. There are so many health and well-being products out there in the market promising many things. And although many may be true, select carefully. The basics of a healthy lifestyle is maintaining a balanced diet and doing regular exercise. By eating well, it means really to make sure you include plenty of vegetables and fruit preferably in season in your diet, avoid fried and junk foods and foods high in sugar as well as processed foods. Eating fresh homemade meals rather than ready-made meals which are high in salt and sugar is always the better option. Reducing alcohol intake, drinking plenty of water and supplementing your diet with healthy snacks like nuts and seeds.
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For external care choose natural skin care products and hair care oil. Natural beauty care involves using natural moisturizers like Argan oil, Coconut oil and Sweet Almond oil. These nourish the skin far more than counter creams full of chemicals. Skin reflects what we put inside of us, so a healthy diet with plenty of greens and healthy protein will make your skin brighter. Of course exercise is essential but the key is regular and consistent exercise. So walking three times a week for 45 minutes is much more beneficial than a binge workout once a week. 51. Why can’t we keep up with our goals according to the passage? A. The goals are too high to achieve. B. We have a large amount of work to do. C. We are naturally lazy and never do exercise. D. The reason isn’t given in the passage. 52. It can be inferred from the passage that _______. A. we should think twice before choosing heath products B. the key to a healthy lifestyle is getting enough sleep C. food high in salt and sugar is the best choice for us D. we should walk once a day for a healthy lifestyle 53. What can we learn from the passage? A. We can not form a healthy lifestyle if we are busy. B. We can eat some junk food in order to save money. C. Our skin shows whether we have a healthy diet. D. Health products are not good for our health. 54. What does the passage mainly talk about? A. How to achieve our goals. B. The best way to take exercise. C. How to make a difference in life. D. Suggestions for a healthy lifestyle. D Antidepressant(抗忧郁) drugs such as Prozac were viewed in the early 1900's as wonder pills that would remove depressive blues for good. But in the past five years, growing scientific evidence has shown these drugs work for only a minority of people. And now a research journal says that these antidepressants can make many patients' depression worse. This alarming suggestion centres on the very chemical that is targeted by antidepressants-serotonin (血清素). Drugs such as Prozac are known as selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitors ( or SSRIs). Their aim is to increase the level of this “feel-good” chemical in the brain. But the new research, published in the journal Frontiers In Evolutionary Psychology, points out that serotonin is like a chemical Swiss Army knife, performing a very wide range of jobs in the brain and body. And when we start changing serotonin levels purposely, it may cause a wide range of unwanted effects. These can include digestive problems and even early deaths in older people, according to the study's lead researcher Paul Andrews. “We need to be much more cautious about use of these drugs,”
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says Andrews, an assistant professor of evolutionary psychology at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada. Previous research has suggested that the drugs provide little benefit for most people with mild depression, and actively help only a few of the most severely depressed. Famous psychologist Irving Kirsch has found that for many patients, SSRIs are no more effective than a placebo pill. A research in 2010 on Danish children found a small, but significant, increase in the risk of heart problems among babies whose mothers had used SSRIs in early pregnancy (怀孕) . “The key to understanding these side-effects is serotonin”, says Andrews. Serotonin is also the reason why patients can often end up feeling still more depressed after they have finished a course of SSRI drugs. He argues that SSRI antidepressants disturb the brain, leaving the patient an even greater depression than before. “After long use, when a patient stops taking SSRIs, the brain will lower its levels of serotonin production,” he says, adding that it also changes the way receptors in the brain respond to serotonin, making the brain less sensitive to the chemical. These changes are believed to be temporary, but studies indicate that the effects may continue for up to two years. Most disturbingly of all, Andrews' review features three recent studies which, he says, show that elderly antidepressant users are more likely to die earlier than non-users, even after taking other important variables into account. One study, published in the British Medical Journal last year, found patients given SSRIs were more than 4 percent more likely to die in the next year than those not on the drugs. “Serotonin is an ancient chemical,” says Andrews. “It is regulating many different processes, and when you disturb these things, you can expect that it is going to cause some harm.” Stafford Lightman, professor of medicine at the University of Bristol, and a leading UK expert in brain chemicals and hormones, says Andrews' review highlights some important problems, yet it should also be taken with a pinch of salt. “This report is doing the opposite of what drug companies do,” he says. “Drug companies selectively present all the positives in their research, while this search selectively presents all the negatives that can be found. Nevertheless, Andrews' study is useful in that it is always worth pointing out that there is a downside to any medicine.” Professor Lightman adds that there is still a great deal we don't know about SSRIs-not least what they actually do in our brains. When it comes to understanding why the drugs work only for a limited part of patients, U. S. scientists think they might now have the answer. They think that in many depressed patients, it's not only the lack of feel-good serotonin causing their depression, but also a failure in the area of the brain that produces new cells throughout our lives. This area, the hippocampus, is also responsible for regulating mood and memory. Research suggests that in patients whose hippocampus has lost the ability to produce new cells, SSRIs do not bring any benefit. 55. According to paragraph 2, serotonin, like a chemical Swiss Army knife, can . A. make many patients' depression worse
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B. cause a wide range of unwanted effects C. affect human body and brain in various ways D. provide little benefit for most depressed people. 56. We can learn from the text that . A. the number of patients with depression has decreased B. antidepressants can benefit people with mild depression C. people have realized that Prozac cannot be used to treat depression D. antidepressants may increase the risk of early death in older people 57. In Stafford Lightman's opinion, . A. drug companies don't know the negative effect of antidepressant B. Andrews focused on different things from the drug companies C. scientists have found what SSRIs do in the brain D. Andrews' research has no medical value 58. Which of the following is TRUE about SSRIs? A. They are used to increase the “feel-good” medical in the brain. B. They can work even when the hippocampus can't produce new cells. C. They create a risk of heart problems in pregnant women. D. They are responsible for controlling mood and memory. 59. What does the underlined sentence mean in Paragraph 6? A. Andrews' review might not be completely true. . B. Andrews need to do more research to support his viewpoint. C. Andrew doesn't consider drug companies' interests. D. Andrews has found one of the disadvantages of the medicine. 60. What is the text mainly about? A. The aim of drug companies. B. The function of SSRIs. C. The side-effects of antidepressants. D. The cause of depression. 第二节:下面文章中有 5 处(第 61~65 题)需要添加小标题,请从以下选项中选出符合各段 意思的小标题,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。选项中有一项为多余选项。 A. Never respond before you think twice. B. Put personal files online. C. Don’t post anything without a second thought. D. Protect your private material. E. Establish your online identity and reputation. F. Express your anger in a proper way. The virtual world is full of opportunities to share with people around the world. It’s also a place where nothing is temporary and there are no “take – backs.” A lot of what you do and say online can be got back online even if you delete it – and it’s an easy thing for others to copy, save, and forward your information. 61. Anyone who accesses your profile on a social networking site can copy or screen – capture information and photos that you may not want the world to see. Don’t rely on the site’s default settings. Read each site’s instructions or guidelines to make sure you’re doing everything you can to keep your material private. If someone logs on to a site and pretends to be you, they can trash your identity. Pick passwords
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that no one will guess (don’t use your favorite band or your dog’s birthday; try thinking of two completely random nouns and mixing in a random number), and change then often. Never share them with anyone other than your parents or a trusted adult. Not even your best friend, boyfriend, or girlfriend should know your private passwords! 62. Things that seem funny or cool to you right now might now seem so cool years from now – or when a teacher, admissions officer, or potential employer sees them. A good and reliable way is; if you’d feel unnatural if your grandmother, coach, or best friend’s parents saw it, it’s probably not a good thing to post. Even if it’s on a private page, it could be hacked or copied and forwarded. 63. Research shows that a high percentage of teens receive improper messages and requirements when they’re online. These can be scary, strange, and even embarrassing. If you feel troubled by a stranger or a friend online, tell an adult you trust immediately. It is never a good idea to respond. Responding is only likely to make things worse, and might result in you saying something you wish you hadn’t. 64. If you are eager to let out an angry comment on a message board or blog, it’s a good idea to wait a few minutes, calm down, and remember that the comments may stay up (with your screen name right there) long after you’ve regained your temper and maybe changed your mind. You might feel anonymous or disguised in chat rooms, social networks, or other sites – and this could lead to mean, insulting, or abusive comments toward someone else, or sharing pictures and comments you may later regret. We’re all heard of cyber bullying (网络欺凌 ), but most people think online bullying is something people do intentionally. But sharing stuff or dropping random comments when we’re not face to face with someone can hurt just as much, if not more. And it can damage how others see you if they find out. A good rule to remember; if you wouldn’t say it, show it, or do it in person, you probably don’t want to online. 65. Chances are, you’ve already checked your “digital footprint” – nearly half of all online users do. Try typing your screen name or email address into a search engine and see what comes up. That’s one way to get a sense of what others see as your online identity. In general, if you have questions about the trail you’re leaving online, don’t be afraid to ask a trusted adult. Sure, you might know more about the online world than a lot of adults do, but they have life experience that can help. Your online identity and reputation are shaped in much the same way as your real – life identity, except that when you’re online you don’t always get a chance to explain your tone or what you mean. Thinking before you post and following the same rules for responsible behavior online as you do offline can help you avoided leaving an online identity trail you regret.

第 II 卷(非选择题部分) (共 40 分)
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第三部分 写作(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节:短文改错(满分 10 分) 下面文中共有 10 处语言错误,要求你在错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(^) ,并在该句下面写出该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意: 1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词。 2.只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。 例如:

Every student will be faced with the questions when he passes the college entrance examinations: Should I choose a good major and a good university first? Some students prefer to consider of majors first so that they can learn that they are interested in. It will also make it possible for him to take their favorite jobs on the future. However, those who think differently believes that the environment is importantly to one’s development and graduates from leading universities are often more likely to find a good job. In my opinion, a best choice is a good major at a good university. 第四部分:作文 (满分 30 分) 请你根据以下提示,Never be afraid of making mistakes. In fact, making mistakes is making progress. Mistakes are where success lies. 并结合自己生活中的一个事例,用 英语写一篇短文。 注意:1. 无须写标题,不得照抄英语提示语; 2. 除诗歌外,文体不限; 3. 文中不得透露个人姓名和学校名称; 4. 词数为 120 个左右。

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衢州二中二○一四学年第一学期高三期中考试参考答案——英语 单项选择 1-5ACDAD 6-10ACDCD 11-15BDCCB 16-20BBBAD 完形填空 21-25BCCAD 26-30AABCB 31-35 BDADC 36-40 CBDAC 阅读理解 41-45DABCD 46-50CDABB 51-54 DACD 55-60 CDBAAC 61-65 DCAFE 短文改错: Every student will be faced with the questions when he passes the college entrance question examinations: Should I choose a good major and a good university first? Some students or prefer to consider of majors first so that they can learn that they are interested in. It will also what

make it possible for him to take their favorite jobs on the future. However, those who think them in differently believes that the environment is importantly to one’s development and ∧graduates believe important that from leading universities are often more likely to find a good job. In my opinion, a best the choice is a good major at a good university. 作文参考范文: Mistakes are unavoidable in life. But attitudes towards them may make a difference. I still remember how my spoken English was improved. At the beginning, I always kept silent in the oral class to avoid making mistakes. Before long my teacher knew about my situation. He encouraged me to speak out what I wanted to regardless of mistakes. Whenever I make mistakes and felt discouraged, my teacher and classmates would help me figure out how I could avoid them in the future. Practice makes perfect. With time going by, I built up my confidence and now, I can talk fluently in English. Just as the saying goes: mistakes are where success lies. We just need to learn a lesson from the mistakes. So don’t’ be afraid of making mistakes. Learn from them and success is just awaiting us.

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