Self-confidence has an amazinglypowerful influence on people's activities. 1 ,even if they work as hard as others. Perception is reality — the moreself-confidence you have, the more likely it is you’ll succeed.
But lack of self-confidence is quite commonamong college students. 2 Forexample, physiological defect and parenting style defect. Although many of thefactors that affecting self-confidence are beyond your control, there are stillmany things you can consciously do to build up self-confidence.
3 I'dlike to give you a bit of good advice. First, speak up. During groupdiscussions many people never speak up because they’re afraid that people willjudge them for saying something stupid. This fear isn’t really justified.Generally, people prefer to accept rather than imagine. In fact most people are dealing with the same fear. By makingan effort to speak up at least once in every group discussion, you’ll become abetter public speaker, you'll obtain more confidence in your own life andyou'll be recognized as a leader by your peers. 4 You may not become a successful personsomeday, but if only you can see yourself growing gradually, surely you’re onthe right way.
5 It is of great importance and value to aperson.
A. There are anumber of reasons about this phenomenon.
B. This practice will not flex your confidence, but help increase it.
C. Studentswith optimistic characters usually provide better performances.
D.Second, track every little progress you’ve made and review them frequently.
E. Build a confident vocabulary.
F. To helpbuild up self-confidence, you can take some good measures.
G. In short,self-confidence is the spiritual pillar of a person as well as the inherentpower.
参考答案: C A F D G
Once, as I was getting ready for school, mymother 1 (accident)handed me my father's vest instead ofmine. This was around the time that I was getting to be 2 (large) in size than my father, and soas I put the vest, I felt like I 3 (chock) in it! The feeling overwhelmed meand filled me with anger. 4 thinkingmuch, I took out my anger on my mother and responded by violently 5 (tear) it apart from my chest!
Later, mymother shared her own 6 (frustrate)with my father: Instead of scolding or abusing 7 ,my father calmly responded by asking my mother to stitch up thevest. He then 8 (wear)it to work the next day. I immediately felt a great sense of shame for myviolent 9 (behave).
On that day, I took a resolve tonever let anger get the better of me. 10 whenever I falter, I try to remember myfather's vest.
1. accidentally 2. larger 3. wasbeing chocked 4. Without 5.tearing
6. frustration 7.me 8. wore 9.behavior 10. And
I’m more thanhappy to hear from you and know about your beautifully home city
London. Now I’d like to tell to you something about my hometown Quanzhou.
Quanzhou is abeautiful place for people to live. Its economy has been developed
rapidly during the past ten years. New bridges and roads have beenbuilt, high rise
buildings stand in many parts of the city. More and more schools andhospitals were
available for the native people. It is developing into a modern andcharming city. But,
there are still some problems, such as heavy traffic in rush hoursand severe air pollution,
they have a bad influence on people’s daily life. On my view, Quanzhoushould develop
healthily and scientifically, so that we could have a good hometownin future.