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广东东莞某中学18-19学度高三上年中考试题-英语

广东东莞某中学18-19学度高三上年中考试题-英语

考试时间:120分钟总分值:135分

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I.语言知识与应用〔共两节,总分值45分〕

第一节完形填空〔共15小题;每题2分,总分值30分〕

阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从1-15各题所给的A、B、C和D项中,选出最正确选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

Oneday,atrainwasapproachingthesmalltownofCheekyville.Onthetrainwa sa 1 manwithabigsuitcase.HewascalledWilliamWarblerandhelookedve ry 2 indeed.Butwhatmadehimmostunusualwasthefactthatwheneverhene ededto 3 ,hedidsobysingingopera.Evenifsomeonesaid“goodday”tohim,hewouldclearhisthroatand 4 :“Goooddayyytoyouuuuuu.....toooooo!”

AlmosteveryoneconsideredWilliamunusual,sincenoonecouldgetanorma l 5 wordoutofhim.Asnooneknewhowhemadehisliving—helivedquite 6 ,alwayswearingthesameoldsecond-handsuit—theyoftenhadno___7__forhimandsometimesevenmadefunofhim. WilliamhadbeeninCheekyvilleforsomeyears,whenonedayarumor(谣言)spreadthatWilliamhadreceivedaroleinaveryimportant 8 inthenat ion’scapital,thattherehadbeenposterseverywhereadvertisingtheevent,andthat ithadbeenagreat 9 .Andtoeveryone’ssurprise,whenWilliamwasbeinginterviewedbyreporters,heansweredtheirqu estionsbyspeakingwithgood 10 ,andwithaclearandpleasantvoice.

Fromthatdayon,Williamgaveup 11 atallhours.Nowhesangonlydu ringhisstageappearances.Peoplewouldn’thavethoughthim 12 iftheyhadseenwhatWilliamkeptinhisbigsuitcase .Itwasalarge 13 ,withahand-carvedmessageonit.

Themessagesaid,

“Practiceeverysecond,foryouneverknowwhenyour 14 willcome.”Littledidpeoplerealizethatheonlygottheroleintheoperabecausethe 15 hadheardWilliamsingingwhileoutbuyinganewspaper.

1 A.tall B.sensitive C.handsome

D.strange

2 A.common B.concerned C.wealthy

D.confident

3 A.appear B.practice C.communicate D.debate

4 A.whisper B.respond C.repeat D.tease

5 A.advised B.printed C.written D.spoken

6 A.simply B.naturally C.calmly

D.fortunately

7 A.mercy B.respect C.trust D.money

8 A.concert B.documentary C.opera D.film

9 A.experience B.benefit C.discovery

D.success

10 A.movements B.manners C.efforts D.signs

11 A.pretending B.recording C.singing

D.wandering

12 A.mad B.skillful C.artificial

D.desperate

13 A.knife B.stone C.medal

D.diamond

14 A.solution B.inspiration C.performance D.chance

15 A.neighbor B.visitor C.director

D.teacher

第二节语法填空〔共10小题;每题1.5分,总分值15分〕

阅读下面短文,按照句子结构的语法性和上下文连贯的要求,在空格处填入一个适当的词或使用括号中词语的正确形式填空,并将答案填写在答题卡标号为16~25的相应位置上。

ThestoryhappenedinJapan___16___ahousewasredecoratedandthewallinside aroomwasremoved.Theinsideofthewallwashollow.Whentheownerofthehouserem ovedthewall,hesawagecko(壁虎)insidethewall.Itstailwaspinnedbyanail___17___(come)throughthewallf romoutside.

Theownerwasverycuriouswhythegeckowasstillalive.Thenthenailcaughthis eye.Goodness!Itisthenailthatwasdrivenheretenyearsagowhenthehousewasbu ilt!Howamazingitis___18___thegeckotohavelivedinthewallincomplete___19 __(dark)fortenyears!

Butonsecondthought,thecurioushouseownerwonderedhowthisgeckocouldliv ethrough10yearswithitstail__20_(nail)downandbeingunabletogoanywhere?S ohetriedtofindouthowthissmallcreaturecouldbefed.Afteralittlewhile,the reappearedanothergeckowithfoodin___21_mouth!Whatashockingscene!Forten years,thislittlegeckohadneverfailedtofeedthetrappedone. Thestorytouchedmeso___22(deep)thatitisuselesstofindout__23_relation shipstheyhadbetweenthem.Parent__24child?Friends?Lovers?Brothersorsist ers?__25_lastthingweshoulddoistoabandonyourbelovedinhardship.

II.阅读〔共两节,总分值50分〕

第一节阅读理解〔共20小题;每题2分,总分值40分〕

阅读以下短文,从每题所给的A、B、C和D项中,选出最正确选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

A

Thezebrabelongstothehorsefamily.Oneofnature’sgreatmysteriesiswhythezebrahasstripes.Onetheoryisthatthestripeshelpt hezebracooldown.Onhotdaystheblackstripesgetalothotterthanthewhitearea ofthezebraandundertheblackstripestherearespeciallayersoffatforprotect ion.Hotairthenrisesofftheblackstripes,forcingcolderairdownaroundthewh iteareas,coolingthezebradown.This,however,isjustakindoftheory.Thestri pescanalsoconfusepredators〔食肉动物,掠夺者〕whenzebrasstaywithotheranimalsingreatnumbers.

Zebrashaveexcellenthearingandeyesightandcanrunatspeedsofupto56kil ometersperhour.Theyalsohaveapowerfulkickthatcancauseseriousinjurytoap redator,likealion,oranAfricanwilddog.Usuallytheleadmaleoftheherdstays atthebackofthegrouptodefendagainstpredatorsifnecessary,whilethefemale sandyoungstersescapedanger.

Zebrasareherbivoresthatfeedonlyonplantsandlivemostlybyeatinggrass es,althoughtheyalsomighteatabitontheleavesandstems(茎)ofbushes.Theyea tgrassesformanyhourseachday,usingtheirstrongteeth.Spendingsomuchtimec hewingwearsthezebras’teethdown,sotheirteethkeepgrowingalltheirlives.Asthedryseasonarrivesa ndthegrassesdieback,zebraherdstraveltofindmorefoodandwaterholesfordri nking.Mostzebrashavenospecificterritories.Theytravelfromplacetoplace, neverstayinginoneareaverylong.

26、Itcanbeinferredfromthefirstparagraphthat__________.

A、therearedifferentopinionsaboutwhythezebrahasstripes

B、theblackstripeshelpthezebralivethroughcolddays

C、thezebracanbeeasilyattackedbypredators

D、thezebraalwaystravelswithotheranimals

27、Accordingtothepassage,herbivoresareanimalsthat_____.

A.havespecificterritories

B.onlyeatplants

C.killandeatotheranimals

D.liveingroups

28、Thezebrahasstrongteethalltheirlivesbecausetheirteeth______.

A.onlychewsoftgrasses

B.areusedallday

C.arealwaysgrowing

D.arekeptclean

29、WhichofthefollowingstatementsaboutzebrasisTRUE?

A、Theyhavepooreyesightandhearing.

B.Alioncangetinjuredbyazebra’skick.

C.Theycanrun56milesperhour.

D.Theyusuallystayinoneareaalltheirlives.

30.WhichofthefollowingTVprogramsmightthepassagebeadapted〔改编〕for?

A.Hobbies&Leisure

B.EverydayTips

C.DigitalStadium

D.Discovery

B

Wedon'tknowhowdifferentourfuturewillbeinthefuture.Wecanonlytrytoim agineit.

Atfirstwethinkabouthumanrelationship、

Intheyear2050,wewillusecomputersalmosteverydaywewillbemakingnewfriend sthroughtheInternet-evenourhusbandsorwiveswillbemetinthisway、Itwillbemuchfasterandeasierforus.Ontheotherhand,ourrelationshipswithp eoplewon'tbeasimportantastheyaretoday-wewillfeelalittlelonely.

Computerswillalsohelpusinmanyotheractivitiesin2050、Forexample,theywillbeusedbythechildrenatschooltomaketheirlearningeasi er.Inaddition,therewillbemuchmoreothermachineswhichwillplayasimilarroleascomputers, likerobotswhichwilldothehomeworkforus. Spendingholidayswillalsobecompletelydifferent、TravelingtootherplanetsortothemoonwillheavailableforeveryonE、Meansoftransportwill,ofcourse,change,too、Wewillbeusingsolar-poweredears,whichwillbemuchcleaner、Wecouldexpectthatthefastertechnologicalprogresswouldleadtoamorepollut edenvironment、Butitisn'ttruE、Wewillpaymoreattentiontoprotectingtheenvironment.And,Scientistswillpr obablyfindcuresformanydangerousdiseases,likecancerorAIDS.Therefore,oursurroundingsaswellashealthwillbeinbettercondition、Althoughwecan'tpredicttheexactchangeswhichwillbemadeintheworld,weoftenthinkaboutthem.Weworryaboutourandourchildren'sfuture;wehaveexpectations,hopesaswellasfears.ButIthinkweshouldberathersangui neaboutourfuturE、Weshouldbehappyandbelievegoodthingswillhappen、

31、Whywillpeopleprobablyfeelalittlelonelyin2050?

A、Becausethenumberofpeoplewillbecomemuchsmaller、

B、Becausetherewillbelessface-to-facecommunication

C、Becausepeoplewon'tlikemakingfriendswitheachother

D、Becausepeoplewon'tcommunicatewitheachothermuchoften、

32、Thethirdparagraphmainlytellsis_______

A、thatcomputerswilldoallthethingsforhumanbeings

B、howpeoplewillusecomputerstocommunicatewitheachother

C、thatmachineslikecomputersandrobotswillhelppeoplealot

D、howpeoplewilluserobotstodothehousework

33、Accordingtothepassage,whichofthefollowingwillhappenin2050?

A、Therelationshipbetweenpeoplewillbemoreimportantthantoday、

B、Thewayofspendingholidayswillbethesameasthatoftoday、

C、Itwon'tbedifficultforpeopletotraveltootherplanets

D、Ourenvironmentwillbemuchmorepollutedwithagrowingnumberofcars

34、Theunderlinedword“sanguine”inthelastparagraphmostprobablymeans “_______”、

A、disappointed

B、surprised

C、curious

D、optimistic

35、Whatdoesthepassagemainlytalkabout?

A、Howpeoplewillcommunicateintheyear2050、

B、Whatourlifewillbelikeintheyear2050、

C、Howpeoplewilltravelandspendtheirholidaysintheyear2050、

D、Whathightechnologywillappearintheyear2050、

C

ASwedishmanwasdugoutaliveafterbeingsnowedinhiscaronaforesttrackfo rtwomonthswithnofood,policeandlocalmediareportedonSaturday.

The45-year-oldfromsouthernSwedenwasfoundonFriday,February17,toowe aktosaymorethanafewwords.

HewasfoundnotfarfromthecityofUmeainthenorthofSwedenbysnowmobilers whothoughttheyhadcomeacrossaruinedcaruntiltheydugtheirwaytoawindowand sawmovementinside.

Theman,whowaslyinginthebackseatinasleepingbag,saidhehadbeeninthec arsinceDecember19.

“Justincrediblethathe’saliveconsideringthathehadnofood,butalsosinceit’sbeenreallycoldforsometimeafterChristmas.”arescueteammembertoldregionaldailyVasterbottens-Kuriren,whichbrokethe news.

EbbeNyberg,dutyofficerattheUmeapolice,saidpolicesawnoreasontodoub tthatthemanhadbeenstuckinthecarforaverylongtime.

“Wewouldnotmakeupsomethinglikethis.Therescueserviceswereonsiteto oandsawthesameasus.”hetoldVasterbottens-Kuriren.

UmeaUniversityHospital,wherethemanisrecoveringafterbeingrescuedby policeandarescueteam,saidinastatementhewasdoingwellconsideringthecirc umstances.

Doctorsatthehospitalsaidhumanswouldnormallybeabletosurviveforabou tfourweekswithoutfood.Besideseatingsnow,themanprobablysurvivedbygoing intoadormant-like(休眠似的)state,physicianStefanBranthtoldVasterbottens-Kuriren.

“Abitlikeabearthathibernates.Humanscandothat.”hesaid.“Heprobablyhadabodytemperatureofaround31degreeswhichthebodyadjustedt o.Duetothelowtemperature,notmuchenergywasusedup.”

“Whythemanendedupunderthesnowintheforestremainsunknown,”policesaid.

36、WhofoundtheSwedishmaninthesnow?

A、Snowmobilers.

B、Thepolice.

C、Arescueteam.

D、Localpeople.

37、

“Policesawnoreasontodoubtthatthemanhadbeenstuckinthecarforaver ylongtime.”impliesthat.

A、policedidn’tthinkittrue

B、policeweresureofthefact

C、policehadsomedoubtonthefact

D、policehadreasonstodoubtthefact

38、Thereasonwhythemancouldsurvivewasmostprobablythat.

A、hewasonlyforty-fiveyearold

B、hedidnotuseanyenergy

C、hesleptinthesleepingbag

D、hewasinadormant-likestate

39、Whichisthecorrectorderofthefollowingevents?

A、TheSwedishmanwasstuckinthesnow.

B、HewassenttoUmeaUniversityHospital.

C、Hewasfoundbysnowmobilers.

D、Hewasrecoveringaftertreatment.

E、Hestayedinhiscarfornearlytwomonths.

f、Hewasdugoutbypeople.

A、e,a,c,d,f,b

B、a,e,c,f,b,d

C、a,f,c,e,b,d

D、e,c,f,a,d,b

40、Whichofthefollowingcanbethebesttitleofthepassage?

A、ATrafficAccident

B、ALongSleepinWinter

C、AnIncredibleSurvival

D、ASuccessfulRescue

D

AnideathatstartedinSeattle'spubliclibraryhasspreadthroughoutAmeri caandbeyond.Theconceptissimple:helptobuildasenseofcommunityinacitybyg ettingeveryonetoreadthesamebookatthesametime.

Inadditiontoencouragingreadingasapursuit(追

求)tobeenjoyedbyall,theprogramallowsstrangerstocommunicatebydiscussin gthebookonthebus,aswellaspromotingreadingasanexperiencetobesharedinfa miliesandschools.TheideacamefromSeattlelibrarianNancyPearlwholaunched (发起〕the“IfAllofSeattleReadtheSameBook”

projectin1998.Heroriginalprogramusedauthorvisits,studyguidesandbookdi scussiongroupstobringpeopletogetherwithabook,buttheideahassinceexpand edtomanyotherAmericancities,andeventoHongkong.

InChicago,themayor(市长〕appearedontelevisiontoannouncethechoiceofToKillaMockingbirdasthefirst bookinthe“OneBook,OneChicago”

program.Asaresult,readingclubsandneighbourhoodgroupsspranguparoundthe city.AcrosstheUS,storiesemergedofparentsandchildrenreadingtoeachother atnightandstrangerschattingawayonthebusaboutplotandcharacter. TheonlyproblemaroseinNewYork,wherelocalreaderscouldnotdecideononebo oktorepresentthehugeanddiversepopulation.Thismayshowthattheideaworksb estinmedium-sizedcitiesorlargetowns,whereagreatersenseofunity(一致〕canbeachieved.OritmayshowthatNewYorkersrathermissedthepoint,puttingal ltheirenergyandpassionintothechoiceofthebookratherthandiscussionabout abookitself.

Ultimately,asNancypointsout,thelevelofsuccessisnotmeasuredbyhow manypeoplereadabook,butbyhowmanypeopleareenrichedbytheprocess,orhavee njoyedspeakingtosomeonewithwhomtheywouldnototherwisehavesharedaword.

41.WhatisthepurposeoftheprojectlaunchedbyNancy?

A.Toinviteauthorstoguidereaders.

B.Toencouragepeopletoreadandshare.

C.Toinvolvepeopleincommunityservice.

D.Topromotethefriendshipbetweencities.

42.WhywasitdifficultforNewYorkerstocarryouttheproject?

A.Theyhadlittleinterestinreading.

B.Theyweretoobusytoreadabook.

C.Theycamefrommanydifferentbackgrounds

D.Theylackedsupportfromthelocalgovernment

43.Accordingtothepassage,wherewouldtheprojectbemoreeasilycarriedout?

A.Inlargecommunitieswithlittlesenseofunity

B.Inlargecitieswherelibrariesarefarfromhome

C.Inmedium-sizedcitieswithadiversepopulation

D.Inlargetownswhereagreementcanbequicklyreached

44.Theunderlinedwords“sharedaword”inParagraph5probablymean

A.exchangedideaswitheachother

B.discussedthemeaningofaword

C.gainedlifeexperience

D.usedthesamelanguage

45.AccordingtoNancy,thedegreeofstudentsoftheprojectisjudgedby________

A.thecarefulselectionofaproperbook

B.thegrowingpopularityofthewriters

C.thenumberofpeoplewhobenefitfromreading.

D.thenumberofbooksthateachpersonreads.

第二节信息匹配〔共5小题;每题2分,总分值10分〕

阅读以下应用文及相关信息,并按照要求匹配信息。请在答题卡上将对应题号的相应选项字母涂黑。

首先请阅读以下餐馆的信息:

A.PastaHouse–

newItalianrestaurantlocatedintheheartofthecity.Simplebutdeliciou sinexpensivemeals.Italsohasagoodrangeofvegetable-onlymeals.It’salwayscrowdedsobereadytoordertake-away(可带走的熟食)orshareatable.Open11a.m.tomidnight.

B.ATasteofIndia–

famousforitsspicycurriesandmanysouthernIndiandishesusingchilli.Y ouwillusuallybeabletofindatableduringtheweekbutifyou’replanningtogoontheweekendmakesureyoubookatableinadvance.Opennoo ntomidnight.

C.ParisMatch–

thisisthefinestFrenchrestaurantinthecity.Wonderfulfoodyoucanenjo yinluxurious(特别舒适的)surrounding.Theperfectplacetohavearomanticmealorimpressabusin esspartner,butbepreparedforalargebill.Opennoonto2a.m.Bookingesse ntial(必要的).

D.MountainDinner–

notfancybuttasty.ExcellentAsianandEuropeandishes.Countrysideloca tionsurroundedbyforest.It’satleastanhour’sdrivefromthecitysoyoumightwanttostayatthenearbyMountainHotelove rnight.Open7a.m.to10p.m.

E.OwlCafé–open24hoursadaythecaféhasalargeselectionofsetbreakfast,lunchanddinnermealsforyoutochoos efrom,oryoucanenjoyoneoftheirmanydelicioussnacksanddessertsoverac upoffreshlymadecoffee.

F.GreekBistro–

alivelyrestaurantthatservesgreat-valueGreekfoodandhasliveGreekmu sicplayedbyalocalband.Customersareencouragedtotakepartintheenter tainmentsobereadyforanightofloudfunandlaughter.Open6p.m.to2a.m. 以下是五个人的选择要求,请匹配每个人拟选择的地方:

46.Bill–waslategettinguptodaysohasn’

thadtimetomakebreakfast.Hewantstopickupsomethingtoeatbeforehegoe stoworksohehasenoughenergytolastthroughtolunchtime.

47.Julie–worksinthecityandwantstogetsomelunch.Shedoesn’

twantanythingtoospecialsolongasitistastyandnottooexpensive.Julie likesallkindsoffoodbutbecausesheisonadietshewantstoavoidanything containingmeat.

48.Sally–

hasfriendsvisitingherfromout-of-townandwantstotakethemtodinner.S hewantstotakethemsomewheretheycanenjoytheatmosphereandhavefun.Sh eisauniversitystudent,sodoesn’thavealotofmoneyanddoesn’tlikeherfoodtoohot.

49.Albert–isabusinessmanwhowillmeetanimportantEuropeanclient(客

户)forabusinessdinnernextweek.Hewantstobookatableataquietrestaur antthatwillimpresshisguestwithbothitsfoodanditssurroundings. 50.Robert–

ismeetinghisfriendBenforlunchtoday(Tuesday)andwantstotakehimtoan icerestaurant.BothRobertandBenenjoygoodqualityspicy〔辛辣的〕food.Robertdoesn’tlikearrangingthingsinadvance(预先)sohehasn’tbookedatable.

III.写作〔共两节,总分值40分〕

第一节;基础写作〔共l题,总分值l5分〕

广东东莞某中学18-19学度高三上年中考试题-英语

依照以上信息给校报写一篇英语调查说明,内容包括:

1.调查情况;

2.要紧缘故;

3.专家建议。

【写作要求】

只能用5个句子表达全部内容

【评分标准】

句子结构准确,信息内容完整,篇章连贯。

第二节读写任务(共1小题,总分值25分)

认真阅读下面的短文,按要求写一篇150词左右的英语短文。

InhisspeechaddressedtothestudentsofTsinghuaUniversityonNov.16,200 5,CaliforniaGov.ArnoldSchwarzeneggertoldthemofhisearlyexperienceasawe ightlifter.

“…Now,Irememberthefirstrealworkout(训练)Ihad.EightmilesawayfrommyhomevillageinAustriatherewasagymnasium,an dIrodethereonabicycleandtrainedforhalfanhour,becausetheysaidthatafter halfanhouryoushouldstop,otherwise,yourbodywouldgetreallysore(疼痛).ButafterhalfanhourIlookedatmybody,andnothinghadhappened.SoIsaid,‘I’dbetterworkoutforanotherhalfanhour.’SoIliftedsomemore.Mystrengthdidn’timprove;Ididn’tseethemusclespopoutoranythinglikethat,soItrainedforanotherhalfanhour .ThenIleftthegymandrodehome,butafterthefirstmile,Igotnumb(麻木)—Icouldn’tfeelthehandleofthebicycleanymore—andIfelloffthebike.Igotupandtrieditagain.Afteranotherfewyards.Ifellof fagain.AndItrieditthreeorfourmoretimesandcouldn’tridemybicyclebecausemybodywassonumbandmylegsfeltlikenoodles.

ThenextmorningwhenIgotup,mybodywassosorethatIcouldn’tevenliftmyarmstocombmyhair.ButIlearnaveryimportantlesson—thatpainmeansprogress.Painisprogress.Eachtimemymusclesweresorefromawo rkout,Iknewthattheyweregrowingandthattheyweregettingstronger…”

【写作内容】

1、以约30词概括以上短文的要紧内容;

2、然后以约120个词以“Thingsthatbringuspainmakeusgrow”为题写一篇

短文,并包括如下要点:

〔1〕阿诺施瓦辛格的经历给我们的启发。

〔2〕以你或他人的经历说明痛苦促进我们成长。

【写作要求】

1、你能够使用实例或其他论述方法支持你的论点,也能够参照阅读材料的内

容,但不得直截了当引用阅读材料中的句子。

2、作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称。

【评分标准】

概括准确、语言规范、内容合适,篇章连贯。

2018-2018学年度第一学期

高三英语期中考试答案

I.语言知识与应用〔共两节,总分值45分〕

第一节完形填空〔共15小题;每题2分,总分值30分〕

1-5DACBD 6-10ABCDB 11-15CABDC

第二节语法填空〔共15小题;每题1.5分,总分值15分〕

16.where17.coming18.for19.darkness20.nailed

21its22deeply23what24and25The

II.阅读〔共两节,总分值50分〕

第一节阅读理解〔共20小题;每题2分,总分值40分〕

26-30ABCBD31-35BCCDB36-40ABDBC41-45BCDAC

第二节信息匹配〔共5小题;每题2分,总分值10分〕

46-50EAFCB

III.写作〔共两节,总分值40分〕

第一节基础写作〔共1小题,总分值15分〕

范文:

Asthesurveyshows,13%ofthestudentsalwaysdohouseholdchoreswhile87%n everdohousework。Therearethreemainreasonsasfollows:somestudentsstayupstudyingforbetter grades,becauseparentshavedoneeverythingforthem.SomechatontheInternet, addictedtogameswithoutamomenttosparefordinner.Othersstaywiththeirfrie ndsatweekendsuntiltheyreturnhomelateatnight,andsleepatdaytime.Experts suggestthatstudentsshouldreturnontime,learntodohousework,andspendthew eekendwiththeirfamily,orsuchbadhabitsaffecttheirgrowth.

第二节读写任务〔共1小题;总分值25分〕

范文:

Thingsthatbringuspainmakeusgrow

ArnoldSchwarzeneggerdescribedhisfirsttrainingasaweightlifteranddr ewtheconclusionthatitisthroughpainthatwestrengthenourselvesandmakepro gress.

Fromhisstory,weknowthatweshouldn’tbeafraidofpainandthatthingsthatbringuspainmakeusgrow.Ifhehadn’texercisedmorethanusualandhadgivenup,hismusclewouldnothavegrownmuchst ronger.

Hisexperienceremindsmeofmyfirstyearinseniorhighschool.Ienteredmyn ameforthe3,000-metreraceinthesportsmeetandstartedtrainingforit.Butafe wdayslater,mylegsweresosorethatIwantedtoquit.However,withmyclassmates ’

encouragement,Ipickedupmycourageagainandwentontraining.Asaresult,Itoo kthefirstplaceintheraceandwashighlypraisedbytheschool.

Manyanexampleshowsthatweshouldn’tbeafraidofpainfulexperienceswhichwillhelpusgrowstrongerbothphysicall yandmentally.

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