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浙江省富阳中学2016届高三10月月考英语试题

5已有 316 次阅读  2016-07-11 10:36   标签英语试题  浙江省  富阳  中学 

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2016高三英语10月月考 

第I卷  客观题(共80分)

I. 单项选择(共20小题,每小题0.5分,满分10分)ABCD四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳答案。

1. Being able to afford ______ drink would be ______ comfort in those tough times.

  A. the; the             B. a; a             C. /; a             D. /; /

2. The secretary arranged a(n) _______ time and place for the applicants to have an interview.

A. important           B. spare           C. public           D. convenient

3. I’ve read many stories of Leifeng________this is the most touching one.

Awho            Bof which         Cof whom        Dthat

4. ---I want to persuade Marie to take part in the activity.

--- It is out of the question. You ______ not change her mind, because she is nothing but stubborn.

  A. can                B. would           C. should          D. may

5. This is Mr Smith, ______ I think has something interesting to tell you.

 A. whom              B. who             C. that            D. he

6. Despite the fact that Maria had put on much make-up on her face, the skin on her neck ____ her real age.

A. gave out              B. gave away                 C. gave up             D. gave off

7. Little Jim is going to spend his holiday in Paris, for ______ lives his uncle.

A. where              B. which            C. that            D. there

8. Anyone, once ______ positive for H7N9 flu virus, will receive free medical treatment from our government.

A. to be tested           B. tested           C. being tested      D. to test

9. Eye doctors urged that a child’s first eye exam ______ at the age of six months old.

A. was                 B. were            C. be              D. is

10. He apologized as soon as he realized what he had done. ________, he wrote a nice little note to me.

   A. Similarly                   B. Obviously                  C. Strangely           D. Actually

11. Bob looked back only to find an old classmate whose name ________ him for the moment.

Aescaped        Bmissed       Cforgot      Dpassed

12. Walking alone in the dark street, the boy whistled to _______ his courage.

A. hold up            B. set up             C. take up           D. keep up

13. There is someone playing the guitar over there. Let’s go and listenshall weFree entertainment________.

Aanyway      Bthough      Ctherefore     Dsomehow

14. It is five years _________ she began to raise flowers, and she’s got a lot of experiences in how to keep them more attractive.

A. after             B. before              C. since               D. when

15. Could you tell me where you’re working now, Tony!

    In a computer company. But I ___________ in a middle school for five years.

   A. have worked         B. had worked        C. was working       D. worked

16. My brother would like to buy a good watch but ________ was available from that shop.

Anothing         B. none       C. no one     D. neither

17. The US declares it has the best medical technology in the world, but quite a lot of Americans have no ________ to health care service.

   A. devotion          B. entrance      C. access         D. introduction

18. What is concerning us greatly is _______ the workers held up in that area yesterday will be set free.

A. that                           B. what                    C. when                            D. which

19. I would have attended your birthday party last night but for the fact that it ______ at that time.

A. would rain            B. was raining             C. had rained            D. had been raining

20. — Did you have a wonderful time at the ball last night?

     — ____________! I’ve never had a more wonderful time all my life.

      A. You bet                 B. No problem           C. Don’t mention it      D. Got it

II. 完形填空(共20小题, 每小题1, 满分20分)

My father was a self-taught mandolin(曼陀林琴)player. He could not read, but if he heard a tune several times, he could play it. Occasionally, he ___21___ play for the local radio station.

   Dad loved playing the mandolin for his family. He knew we enjoyed his playing. If he could give ___22___ to others, he would, especially for his family. He was always ___23___ his time and efforts to making sure his family had enough in their life.

   Later, I matured into a man and had my own children. Whenever coming home, I would ask Dad to play the mandolin, for nobody played the mandolin like him. He could ___24___ your soul with tunes coming out of that old mandolin. He seemed to ___25___ when playing, taking pride in his ability to play so well.

   Unfortunately, in 1977. Dad was ___26___ in an accident, leaving his third finger of his left hand wounded seriously. ___27___ he didn’t lose enough of the finger where it would stop him picking up anything, it did affect his ___28___ to play the mandolin. After the accident, he was ___29___ to play and felt unable to play as well as before. Every time we asked him to play, he would make excuses. ___30___, we could persuade him and he would say “Okay. But I can’t hold down on the strings and play as well as before.” For the family it made no ___31___. When he played the old mandolin, it would carry us back to a cheerful, happier time.

   In August 1993, Dad was ___32___ with serious disease. He chose not to receive any chemotherapy(化疗)treatments ___33___ he could live out his rest life in dignity(尊严). A week before his death, we asked Dad if he would play the mandolin for his family. First he made the usual ___34___ again but later said “Okay.”, ___35___ it was likely to be the last chance for us to hear him playing. He tuned up the old mandolin and played. ___36___, I found everyone in the family ___37___. We saw before us a quiet humble man with an inner ___38___ that lives with him in his life.

   Dad would never play the mandolin for us again, but we still ___39___ the most valuable gift we gained from him, ___40___ he had done all his life, giving.

21. A. might                 B. should               C. would               D. must

22. A. pleasure               B. advice               C. help                  D. favor

23. A. applying              B. paying               C. attaching            D. devoting

24. A. touch                  B. discover             C. deliver               D. possess

25. A. escape                 B. shine                 C. exist                 D. calm

26. A. included              B. absorbed            C. buried               D. involved

27. A. Although             B. If                     C. Whether             D. Because

28. A. courage               B. faith                  C. ability               D. energy

29. A. desperate             B. unwilling           C. worthwhile         D. sensitive

30. A. Eventually           B. Suddenly           C. Gradually           D. Consequently

31. A. sense                  B. difference           C. contact       D. progress

32. A. combined            B. burdened            C. carried               D. diagnosed

33. A. so that                B. in case               C. even if               D. as though

34. A. plan                    B. apology             C. reason               D. excuse

35. A. promising            B. noticing             C. requesting          D. knowing

36. A. Looking around    B. Turning up         C. Looking into      D. Speeding up

37. A. happy                 B. tearful               C. anxious             D. delighted

38. A. preference            B. advantage           C. strength             D. courage

39. A. treasure               B. adopt                C. consider             D. approve

40. A. anything              B. everything          C. nothing             D. something

 

III. 阅读理解(第一节20小题, 第二节5小题,每小题2分,满分50)

第一节 阅读下面材料,根据所给的4个选项 A,B,CD中选出最佳选项, 并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。

A

People are seeking for opportunities that will assist them in reaching their goals. Marketing yourself is when there is a demand for you and your services that will help you achieve your goals. Though when people talk about marketing, they usually think that this is about producing a sale. But, it does not necessarily have to be.

If you are an employee then you want your boss to take your ideas, and if you are on a job hunting then you want to find a good position. So in reality, marketing really leads to sale. Therefore, marketing yourself means you are simply “selling” yourself!

 The common problem in marketing yourself is that most people think that it is unpleasant to market themselves. They think that marketing concerns only to a business. Of course, this is absolutely not true. People who want to attain the success they desire must promote themselves.

 Marketing yourself is a useful tool. The better you market yourself, the more opportunities you will have. Marketing yourself does not really mean telling every person how beautiful and wonderful you are. It means letting your prospective employer know that you exist or you can do something better.

There are actually several different ways of marketing yourself. But there are only two primary approaches that you carry out. The first is to find ways to reach out to others and the second is to construct ways in order for the people to find you and make connection with you.

To reach out and touch the lives of others, you have to be a good person and a good employee. In that way your good reputation will follow naturally. Have a brief and concise message that you can share with others. When you market yourself, you tell people who you are and what you can do for others. Plan well and practice your message.

 In constructing ways for the people to notice and make connection with you, you must be open to them. Communication is a great opportunity to make an impact especially when you market yourself. You also communicate by what you are wearing. Know the appropriate dress code and have plenty of time to decide what you will wear. Just remember to make a great first impression!

41. What is the main idea of the passage?

 A. the reasons for marketing yourself.              B. the subject of marketing yourself.

 C. the Ways of marketing yourself.            D. the uses of Marketing yourself.

42. According to the passage, as to marketing themselves, most people tend to feel ______.

 A. confident         B. cheerful          C. terrible          D. appropriate

43. Which of the following statements about marketing yourself is TRUE according to the passage?

 A. Marketing yourself means selling yourself to an employer.

 B. Marketing yourself requires specific and detailed information.

 C. Marketing yourself helps to raise the chance of getting a job.

 D. Marketing yourself is intended to wear appropriate dresses.

44. In order to market yourself well, you can do these things EXCEPT ______.

 A. be open to others                           B. praise yourself

 C. wear appropriately                          D. have a brief and clear message

45. From the passage, we can infer that people good at marketing themselves must be______.

 A. social            B. humorous         C. hardworking       D. determined

B

CONSUMER INFORMATION

Business Directory

       Listed below are major corporation offering products and services to U. S. consumers. Information as of Sept. 2012. Alphabetization is by first key word. Listings generally include examples of products offered.

       Company Name (NYSE/NASDAQ symbol): Address; Telephone Number; Website; Top Executive; Business, Products, or Services.

Abbott Laboratories (ABT): 100 Abbott Park Rd., Abbott Park, IL 60064; 847-937-6100; www.abbott. com; Miles D. White; develops and manu. Pharmaceutical, nutritional, and hospital prods.

Advance Publications, Inc.: 950 fingerboard Rd., Staten Island, NY, 10305; 212-286-2860; www.advance.net; Samuel I. Newhouse Jr.; newspaper and magazine (Parade, New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Vogue) publisher.

Aetna, Inc. (AET): 151 Farmington Ave., Hartford, CT 06156; 860-273-0123; www.aetna.com; Ronald A. Williams; health insurance, financial services.

AFLAC, Inc. (AFL): 1932 Wynnton Rd., Columbus, GA 31999; 706-323-3431; www.aflac.com; Daniel P. Amos; supplemental health and life insurance.

Alaska Air Group (ALK): 19300 International BLVD., Seattle, WA 98188; 206-392-5040; www.alaskaair.com; William S. Ayer; air travel (Alaska Air, Horizon Air).

Alberto-Culver (ACV): 2525 Armitage Ave., Melrose Park, IL 60160; 708-450-3000; www.alberto.com; Carol Lavin Bernick; hair care (Nexxus, VO5), consumer prods. (Mrs. Dash, Sugar Twin), personal care prods. (St. Ives).

Alcatel-Lucent (ALU): 54, Rue La Boetie, 75008 Paris, France; +33-1-40-76-10-10; www.alcatel-lucent.com; Patricia F. Russo; telecommunications equip; wireless networks. France-based Alcatel acquired Lucent Technologies, 11/30/06.

Albertsons LLC: 250 Parkcenter Blvd., Boise, ID 83706; 208-395-6200; www.albertsons.com; Robert Miller; supermarkets.

Alcoa Inc. (AA): 390 Park Ave., NY, NY 10022; 412-553-4545; www. Alcoa.com; Alain J.P. Belda; aluminum prods.; aerospace & automotive components; Industrial materials/tools.

Allegheny Technologies, Inc. (ATI): 1000 Six PPG Place, Pittsburgh, PA 15222; 412-394-2800; ww.alleghenytechnologies.com; L. Patrick Hassey; metals (steel, titanium, alloys) mfgr.

Aramark Corp. (RMK): Aramark Tower, 1101 Market St., Philadelphia, PA 19107; 215-238-3000; www.aramark.com; Joseph Neubauer; food and support services, uniforms and career apparel, child care and early education.

Archer Daniels Midland Co. (ADM): 4666 Faries Pkwy., Decatur, IL 62525; 217-424-5200; Patricia A. Woertz; agricultural commodities and prods.

ArvinMeritor Inc. (ARM): 2135 W. Maple Road, Troy, MI 48084; 248-435-1000; www. arvimeritor.com; Charles G. McClure Jr.; auto control systems; vehicle components.

Ashland Inc. (ASH): 50 E. RiverCenter Blvd., Covington, KY 41012; 859-815-3333; www.asland.com; James J. O’Brien Jr.; petroleum producer and refiner (Valvoline, plastics), chemicals, road construction.

AutoNation (AN): 110 SE 6th St., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301; 954-769-6000; www.autonation.com; Michael J. Jackson; new and used auto vehicles; auto parts, maintenance, and repair; auto protection prods.

Avon Products, Inc. (AVP): 1345 AVE. of Americas, NY, NY 10105; 212-282-5000; www.avon.com; Andrea Jung; cosmetics, fragrances, toiletries, jewelry, apparel.

Bank of America Corp. (BAC): Bank of America Corporate Center, 100 N. Tryon St., Charlotte, NC 28255; 704-386-5681; Kenneth D. Lewis; 2nd largest U.S. bank; acquired FleetBoston, 4/1/2004; acquire credit card co. MBNA, 1/1/06.

46. How many pieces of information are required of a company to be listed in this directory?

A. Five                                   B. Six                          C. Seven                       D. Eight

47. Which website are you going to visit if you want to publish a short story?

A. www. alcoa. com.                                             B. www. aflac. com.

C. www. advance. net.                                    D. www. avon. com.

48. Which company produces auto protection products?

A. ArvinMeritor Inc. (ARM).                                         B. AutoNation (AN).

C. Alcoa Inc. (AA).                                                      D. Alcatel-Lucent (ALU).

49. Which number will you call if you want to import uniforms for bank clerks?

A. 708-450-3000.                                                 B. 860-273-0123

C. 212-282-5000.                                                 D. 215-238-3000.

C

One of the most difficult questions to answer is how much a job is worth. We naturally expect that a doctor’s salary will be higher than a bus conductor’s wages. But the question becomes much more difficult to answer when we compare a miner with an engineer, or an unskilled man working on an oil-rig(钻探平台)with a teacher in a secondary school. What the doctor, the engineer and the teacher have in common is that they have devoted several years to studying in order to obtain the necessary qualifications for their professions. We feel instinctively that these skills and these years should be rewarded. At the same time we recognize that the work of the miner and the oil-rig laborer is both hard and dangerous, and that they must be highly paid for the risks they take.

Another aspect we must take into consideration is how socially useful a man’s work is. Most people would agree that looking after the sick or teaching children is more important than, say, selling second-hand cars. Yet it is almost certain that the used-car salesman earns more than the nurse and the schoolteacher.

Indeed, this whole question of just rewards can be turned on its head. You can argue that a man who does a job which brings him personal satisfaction is already receiving part of his reward in the form of a so-called “psychic(精神的)wage”, and that it is the man with the boring, repetitive job who needs more money to make up for the soul-destroying repetitiveness of his work. It is significant that the jobs like nursing and teaching continue to be poorly paid, while others, such as those in the world of sport or entertainment, carry financial rewards out of all proportion to their social worth.

Although the amount of money that people earn is largely determined by market forces, this should not prevent us from seeking some way to decide what is the right pay for the job. A starting point would be to try to decide the ratio(比率)which ought to exist between the highest and the lowest paid. The picture is made more complicated by two factors: firstly by the welfare benefits which every citizen receives, and secondly by the taxation system which is often used as an instrument of social justice by taxing high incomes at a very high rate indeed. Most countries now regard a ratio of 7:1 as socially acceptable. If it is less, the highly-qualified people carrying heavy responsibilities will become disappointed, and might even end up by leaving for another country. If it is more, the difference between rich and poor will be so great that it will lead to social unrest.
50. Why do people naturally expect that doctors should be well-paid?

A. Their work requires greater intelligence.

B. They are under constant pressure at work.

C. They work harder than most other people.

D. They have studied for years to get qualified.

51. It is difficult to compare a doctor and a miner because_______.

A. a miner’s work is not as useful as a doctor’s 

B. each is a specialist in his own field

C. a miner has to learn just as many skills to be able to do his job well

D. a miner’s job is less skilled but on the other hand it is more dangerous

52. We learn from the passage that a man who does a boring, repetitive job_______.

A. receives far less money than he deserves

B. should receive more money to lessen the bad effect of the hardship of his job

C. can only expect more money if his job is a highly-skilled one

D. has no interest in his work apart from the money he receives for doing it

53. In Paragraph 2 and 3, the author indicates that _______.

A. the talented should do more important work

B. unskilled jobs have less social responsibility

C. those with more socially useful jobs earn less

D. people want to pay more to important services

54. Which of the following statements would the author agree?

A. It’s difficult to define the social value of a job.

B. The market will decide what the right pay is for a job.

C. People should find a proper ratio between high and low pay.

D. Those receiving high salary should carry heavy responsibilities.

D

When a tornado touched down in a small town nearby, many families were left completely destroyed. Afterward, all the local newspapers carried many human-interest stories featuring some of the families who suffered the hardest.

One Sunday, a particular picture especially touched me. A young woman stood in front of an entirely shattered mobile home, a depressed expression twisting her features. A young boy, seven or eight years old, stood at her side, eyes downcast. Clutching(紧握) at her skirt was a tiny girl who stared into the camera, eyes wide with confusion and fear.

The article that went with the picture gave the clothing sizes of each family member. With growing interest, I noticed that their sizes closely matched ours. This would be a good opportunity to teach my children to help those less fortunate than themselves. I taped the picture of the young family to our refrigerator, explaining their difficulty to my seven-year-old twins, Brad and Brett, and to three- year-old Meghan.

“We have so much. And these poor people now have nothing,” I said. “We’ll share what we have with them.”

I brought three large boxes down from the room upstairs and placed them on the living room floor. Meghan watched seriously, as the boys and I filled one of the boxes with canned goods and foods.

While I sorted through our clothes, I encouraged the boys to go through their toys and donate some of their less favorite things. Meghan watched quietly as the boys piled up discarded toys and games.

“I’ll help you find something for the little girl when I’m done with this,” I said.

The boys placed the toys they had chosen to donate into one of the boxes while I filled the third box with clothes. Meghan walked up with Lucy, her worn, faded, much-loved rag doll hugged tightly to her chest. She paused in front of the box that held the toys, pressed her round little face into Lucy’s flat, painted-on-face, gave her a final kiss, then laid her gently on top of the other toys.

“Oh, Honey,” I said, “You don’t have to give Lucy. You love her so much.”

Meghan nodded seriously, eyes glistening with held-back tears. “Lucy makes me happy, Mommy. Maybe she’ll make that other little girl happy, too

Swallowing hard, I stared at Meghan for a long moment, wondering how I could teach the boys the lesson she had just taught me. For I suddenly realized that anyone can give their cast-offs away. True generosity is giving what you value most.

Honest benevolence(善行) is a three-year-old offering a valuable, though shabby, doll to a little girl she doesn’t know with the hope that it will bring this child as much pleasure as it brought her. I, who had wanted to teach, had been taught.

The boys had watched, open-mouthed, as their baby sister placed her favorite doll in the box. Without a word, Brad rose and went to his room. He came back carrying one of his favorite action figures. He hesitated briefly, clutching the toy, then looked over at Meghan and placed it in the box next to Lucy.

A slow smile spread across Brett’s face. Then he jumped up, eyes twinkling as he ran to fetch some of his prized Matchbox cars.

Astonished, I realized that the boys had also recognized what little Meghan’s gesture meant. Swallowing back tears, I pulled all three of them into my arms.

Taking the cue from my little one, I removed my old jacket from the box of clothes. I replaced it with the new hunter green jacket that I had found on sale last week. I hoped the young woman in the picture would love it as much as I did.

It’s easy to give away what we don’t want any more, but harder to let go of things we cherish, isn’t it? However, the true spirit of giving is to give with your heart.

55. Why does the author give a detailed description of a particular picture in the Sunday newspaper?

   A. To create an atmosphere of fear and depression brought by the tornado.

   B. To appeal to unconcerned people to donate for the poor families.

   C. To show the helplessness and hopelessness of the family mentioned in the paper.

   D. To stress what touched her and made her decide to help the hopeless family.

56. According to the passage, which is the right order of the following happenings?

   a. The mother replaced her old jacket with a new one.

   b. The newspaper printed the photo of a helpless family.

   c. Brett contributed some of his Matchbox cars.

   d. The mother decided to take advantage of the chance to educate her children.

   e. Megan put her favorite doll on top of the box.

   f. Brad rose to fetch one of his favorite action figures.

   A. b-c-e-f-d-a          B. b-d-e-f-c-a         C. d-b-f-e-c a        D. b-d-e-a-c-f

57. Why did Brad and Brett also donate their favorite things finally?

   A. They were encouraged to donate some valuable things by the mother.

   B. Meghan’s decision inspired them to donate their favorite things.

   C. They also wanted to show generosity by giving away their valuable things.

   D. Meghan’s gesture reminded them to replace their favorite things with new ones.

58. By “ swallowing hard”, the writer means that ________________________________.

   A. she was deeply puzzled by what the little girl did

   B. she had trouble persuading Meghan not to give away Lucy

   C. she was greatly moved by Meghan’s unexpected decision

   D. she was uncertain what consequences Meghan’s action would bring about

59. It is suggested in the sentence “the true spirit of giving is to give with your heart” that ________..

   A. sincere donation means offering help to others in time

   B. true giving means giving others what you treasure most

   C. true generosity means helping others at the cost of your own benefit

   D. true kindness means devoting yourself to the career of donation

60. What’s the best title for this passage?

   A. An Unforgettable Experience               B. A Beautiful Heart

   C. True Generosity                          D. A Precious Gift

第二节:任务型阅读    

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(ABCDEF)中选出符合各段意思的小标题,并在答题纸上将相应选项的标号涂黑。选项中有一项是多余选项。

AWho does freelancing?

BThe advantages and disadvantages of freelance

CThe definition of freelance

DKey to freelance success

EWhat is freelancing really like?

FThe best way to develop a career                                  

61. ______________________   

       Freelance is a word that goes back to medieval times when it was used to describe soldiers who sold their skills to those prepared to pay their market rate. Today it’s an increasingly common way of working for people in a range of occupations and appeals to many who feel constrained by corporate culture.

62. ______________________   

       What you gain is freedom of movement, what you can lose is a sense of belonging. You can end up feeling isolated from normal support networks, because suddenly you are responsible for your own welfare, training, safety, career development, equipment, professional updating and a thousand other things. It is easy to remain unaware of these things in the relatively cosseted existence of full-time employment. So before you leap up into this exciting and potentially rewarding way of working, stand back and take a look at the risks.

63. ______________________   

       Freelancing has always been a common way of working for writers, artists and performers, but the range of occupations with a substantial number of freelancers is growing steadily. Anyone with a marketable skill can choose to go it alone. Websites offer a free directory listing for those with skills to sell. Their categories include accountants, healthcare consultants, landscape architects and computer trainers. Areas of work that have problems recruiting staff are always keen to employ freelancers.

64. ______________________   

       Being a freelance is different from other forms of self-employment—you still work for an employer or several employers but have to develop a completely different set of relationships with them. Employers are now your customers, you are their supplier. You have to become indispensable to them, providing solutions to their problems, some of which they may not even realize they have. In many ways you have to behave like their dream employee, being more willing and available than you may have got used to while in a “proper job”.

65. ______________________   

       You also have to be aware of, and sensitive to ,the fact that you can be seen as a threat by your customer’s conventional employees, who may regard you as taking work they can do. Successful freelancing relies on the co-operation of everyone you come into contact with. Work that brings you into conflict with an existing workforce can be more trouble than it’s worth.

非选择题部分(共40分)

注意事项

用黑色字迹的签字笔或钢笔将答案写在答题纸上。不能答在试题卷上。

写作(共两节,满分40分)

第一节:短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)

下面短文中共有10处错误,错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改

增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(),并在此符号下面写出该加的词。

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。

I’d like to introduce you to various aspect of our school. Our school set up in the year 1960. In the past forty years, it had experienced a lot of changes and developments. It decided to moving to Aberdeen in 1990, due to the lack of the space. The school now is almost three times large than the previous one. We have three libraries which are accessible with all the teachers and students. We have two physics labs, two chemistry labs, and a biology lab. Students here always have an enjoyable time at school although there is a wide range of after-school activities for him to choose from. We try to provide as many activities for our students as possibly.

 

第二节:书面表达(满分30分)

请以“one thing I’m proud of”为题,用英语写一篇100-120个词的短文,记述一件你自己认为得意的事情。要求如下:

1.     记述事情经过;

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               One thing I’m proud of

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One Thing I’m Proud of

I still remember how I became a good table tennis player.

The first day I went to high school, I saw some of my classmates playing table tennis. Amazed at how skillful they were, I was determined to be just as good. Later on, I often watched them carefully to learn their techniques. Then I kept practicing until I became confident enough to challenge the good players. At the end of the term I became one of the best players in my class.

I am really proud of this experience, because it helps me realize that we all can fulfill our potential and achieve our goals through hard work. It also helps me better understand the proverb "Practice makes perfect.”

 

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