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  Section I Listening Comprehension(15 points)

  Directions: This section is designed to test your ability to understand spoken English. You will hear a selection of recorded materials and you must answer the questions that accompany them. There are three parts in this section, Part A, Part B and Part C. Remember, while you are doing the test, you should first put down your answers in your test booklet. At the end of the listening comprehension section, you will have 5 minutes to transfer all your answers from your test booklet to ANSWER SHEET 1. If you have any questions, you may raise your hand NOW as you will not be allowed to speak once the test has started. Now look at Part A in your test booklet.

  Part A

  For Questions 1-5, you will hear Peter's favorite hobbies. While you listen, fill out the table with the information you have heard. Some of the information has been given to you in the table. Write only 1 word in each numbered box. You will hear the recording twice. You now have 25 seconds to read the table below.

  1、 Indoor hobby is for the purpose of

  (本题分值:1分)「正确答案」health

  2、 Whom does he enjoy being with for indoor activity?

  (本题分值:1分)「正确答案」 Friends

  3、 Indoor activity helps Peter to keep healthy and

  (本题分值:1分)「正确答案」 good

  4、 His outdoor hobby is

  (本题分值:1分)「正确答案」bird-watching

  5、 For outdoor activity, he enjoys classifying

  (本题分值:1分)「正确答案」birds

  Section I Listening Comprehension(15 points)

  Directions: This section is designed to test your ability to understand spoken English. You will hear a selection of recorded materials and you must answer the questions that accompany them. There are three parts in this section, Part A, Part B and Part C. Remember, while you are doing the test, you should first put down your answers in your test booklet. At the end of the listening comprehension section, you will have 5 minutes to transfer all your answers from your test booklet to ANSWER SHEET 1. If you have any questions, you may raise your hand NOW as you will not be allowed to speak once the test has started. Now look at Part A in your test booklet.

  Part B

  For questions 6-10, you will hear a talk between a student and a Union officer who is conducting a survey to learn more about the students who visit the Student Union office. For questions 6-10, complete the sentences or answer the questions. Use not more than 3 words for each answer. You will hear the recording twice. You now have 25 seconds to read the sentences and the question below.

  6、 Surname

  (本题分值:1分)「正确答案」 Bautisto

  7、 City

  (本题分值:1分)「正确答案」 Manila

  8、 Subject

  (本题分值:1分)「正确答案」Development Economics

  9、 Length of course

  (本题分值:1分)「正确答案」One year

  10、 Job in the future

  (本题分值:1分)「正确答案」 UN project adviser

  Part C

  You will hear three pieces of recorded material. Before listening to each one, you will have time to read the questions related to it. While listening, answer each question by choosing A, B, C or D. After listening, you will have time to check your answers. You will hear each piece once only.

  Questions 11-14 are based on the following talk about American writers. You now have 15 seconds to read questions 11-14. You now have 30 seconds to check your answers to Questions 11-14

  11、 The best title for this passage would be____.

  A. Social influences on Southern Writers.

  B. Big Hits of Women Candidates.

  C. Southern Language Dialects.

  D. Social Discrimination in the US.

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」A

  12、 According to the speaker, which of the following is the most common source of recreation for Southerners?

  A. Meeting outsiders.

  B. Telling stories.

  C. Whittling wood.

  D. Racing horses.

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」B

  13、 Which of the following activities is NOT mentioned by the author in connection with Southern tradition?

  A. Child-rearing.

  B. Churchgoing.

  C. Formal gatherings.

  D. Political meetings.

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」A

  14、 Which of the following statements best describes the author's view of the role gossip played in Southern literature?

  A. Gossip should never be exchanged in public.

  B. Gossip gave rise to a unique kind of literary genius.

  C. The best gossip was based on everyday occurrences.

  D. Most gossip revealed the social class of the tale-teller.

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」B

  Questions 15-17 are based on the following talk about the role of public goods. You now have 15 seconds to read questions 15-17. You now have 30 seconds to check your answers to Questions 15-17.

  15、 It seems inevitable that everyone will_____.

  A. be subjected to rigid examinations.

  B. be entitled to social privileges.

  C. employ public goods occasionally.

  D. enjoy the benefits of public goods.

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」D

  16、 According to the speaker, finding out the social costs of a public good is a_____.

  A. daily administrative duty.

  B. matter of personal judgment.

  C. difficult procedure.

  D. citizen's responsibility.

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」C

  17、 Which of the following best summarizes the organization of the talk?

  A. introduction and exemplification.

  B. comparison and contrast.

  C. cause and effect.

  D. timely sequence.

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」A

  Questions 18-20 are based on a report on childhood and careers. You now have 20 seconds to read questions 18-20. You now have 40 seconds to check your answers to Questions 18-20.

  18、 Dr. Anne Roe's work has been mainly concerned with .

  A. children experiences.

  B. social work.

  C. people's jobs.

  D. interviews.

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」C

  19、 Dr. Roe initially discovered children with warm parents might become .

  A. engineers.

  B. teachers.

  C. astronomers.

  D. writers

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」B

  20、 Dr. Roe says her original idea .

  A. lacked sufficient proof.

  B. turned out to be wrong in practice.

  C. was correct in principle.

  D. was illogical in its application.

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」A

  Section II Use of English(10 points)

  Read the following text. Choose the best word(s) for each numbered blank and mark A, B, C, D on ANSWER SHEET 1.

  The loudest outcry about poverty seemed to come in the wealthiest country by far in the world. According to most calculations, 21 most of the 1945-1970 period the United States had a standard of living well 22 Europe's and many times above the world 23 . Yet 24 about grinding poverty, hunger, and dreadful need proceed more from the United States than from countries with one-fortieth of their living standard. An annual per capita income of eight dollars is 25 of much of Africa and Asia and not a little of South America. It would seem strange to these people 26 they only aware of the fact that American radicals demand a 27 from an American 28 to the far corners of the globe so that the money thus saved can be spent raising the standard of living of 29 Americans. What this last point suggests is not so much that human 30 are never to be satisfied though this is doubtlessly true, and the American suburbanite 31 of his second car and his color TV suffers just as 32 as an African farmer in need of a second cow and a screen door. Rather, it suggests the 33 of contemporary breach of social 34 -the emancipation of the individual self. People have learned to consider any 35 to personal fulfillment an 36 insult. They have greatly expanded the circle of self-awareness. They no longer accept sharp limitations on individual desires in the 37 of the group. The amount of potential human discontent has always been 38 - misery, failure, misfitting, bitterness, hatred, envy 39 telling. It has usually failed of 40 , and in the past it was accepted passively as being beyond help.

  21、 A. until

  B. through

  C. in

  D. onto

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」B

  22、 A. over

  B. above

  C. against

  D. below

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」B

  23、 A. average

  B. common

  C. mean

  D. ordinary

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」A

  24、A. storms

  B. rage

  C. protests

  D. fury

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」C

  25、 A. now that

  B. regardless

  C. ignorant

  D. typical

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」D

  26、 A. was

  B. being

  C. were

  D. to be

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」C

  27、A. retreat

  B. compromise

  C. restraint

  D. detachment

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」A

  28、A. confinement

  B. commitment

  C. complement

  D. concealment

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」B

  29、A. underprivileged

  B. misguided

  C. underlined

  D. overjoyed

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」A

  30、 A. anticipations

  B. shelters

  C. shortages

  D. wants

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」D

  31、A. informed

  B. deprived

  C. ensured

  D. relieved

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」B

  32、A. acutely

  B. abnormally

  C. aggressively

  D. initially

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」A

  33、 A. margin

  B. scope

  C. range

  D. extent

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」D

  34、 A. liberties

  B. norms

  C. institutions

  D. practices

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」B

  35、A. access

  B. exception

  C. obstacle

  D. approach

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」C

  36、A. incomprehensible

  B. uninterpretable

  C. intolerable

  D. negligible

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」C

  37、 A. face

  B. company

  C. name

  D. wake

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」C

  38、 A. bulky

  B. prompt

  C. momentary

  D. infinite

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」D

  39、 A. at

  B. beyond

  C. on

  D. with

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」B

  40、A. utterance

  B. admittance

  C. compliance

  D. importance

  (本题分值:0.5分)「正确答案」A

  Section III Reading Comprehension(45 points)

  Part A

  Read the following four texts. Answer the questions below each text by choosing A, B, C, D. Mark your choice on ANSWER SHEET 1.

  Text 1

  No one should be forced to wear a uniform under any circumstance. Uniforms are demeaning to the human spirit and totally unnecessary in a democratic society. Uniforms tell the world that the person who wears one has no value as an individual but only lives to function as a part of the whole. The individual in a uniform loses all self-worth. There are those who say that wearing a uniform gives a person a sense of identification with a large, more important concept. What could be more important than the individual oneself? If an organization is so weak that it must rely on cloth and buttons to inspire its members, that organization has no right to continue its existence. Others say that the practice of making persons wear uniforms, say in school, eliminates all envy and competition in a matter of dress, such that a poor person who cannot afford good-quality clothing, why would anyone strive to be better? It is only a short step from forcing everyone to wear the same clothing to forcing everyone to drive the same car, have the same type of house, eat the same type of food. When this happens, all incentive to improve one's life is removed. Why would parents bother to work hard so that their children could have a better life than they had when they know that their children are going to be forced to have exactly the same life that they had? Uniforms also hurt the economy. Right now, billions of dollars are spent on the fashion industry yearly. Thousands of persons are employed in designing, creating, and marketing different types of clothing. If everyone were forced to wear uniforms, artistic personnel would be unnecessary. Salespersons would be superfluous as well: why bother to sell the only items that are available? The wearing of uniforms would destroy the fashion industry which in turn would have a ripple effect on such industries as advertising and promotion. Without advertising, newspapers, magazines, and television would not be able to remain in business. Our entire information and entertainment industries would founder.

  41、The author's viewpoint on uniforms can best be described as __________.

  A. practical

  B. hysterical

  C. radical

  D. critical

  (本题分值:1.5分)「正确答案」C

  42、Judged from its style, this passage might be found in __________.

  A. a children's comics book

  B. an editorial in a paper

  C. a sociology textbook

  D. a political platform

  (本题分值:1.5分)「正确答案」B

  43、It can be inferred that the author believes that __________.

  A. individuals have no self-worth when they become part of an organization

  B. individuals are more important than organizations

  C. individuals are not so important as organizations

  D. individuals are the same important as organizations

  (本题分值:1.5分)「正确答案」B

  44、The author brings in the example of a parent striving to make life better for his children to make the point that __________.

  A. parents have responsibilities for their children

  B. uniforms would be less expensive than clothing for children

  C. uniforms cause dissension between parents and children

  D. individual motivation would be destroyed by uniforms

  (本题分值:1.5分)「正确答案」D

  45、The last word of the passage "founder" probably means __________.

  A. collapse

  B. shrink

  C. disappear

  D. establish

  (本题分值:1.5分)「正确答案」A

  Text 2

  A report consistently brought back by visitors to the US is how friendly, courteous and helpful most Americans were to them. To be fair, this observation is also frequently made of Canada and Canadians, and should best be considered North American. There are, of course, exceptions. Small-minded officials, rude waiters, and ill-mannered taxi drivers are hardly unknown in the US. Yet it is an observation made so frequently that it deserves comment. For a long period of time and in many parts of the country, a traveler was a welcome break in an otherwise dull existence. Dullness and loneliness were common problems of the families who generally lived distant from one another. Strangers and travelers were welcome sources of diversion, and brought news of the outside world. The harsh realities of the frontier also shaped this tradition of hospitality. Someone traveling alone, if hungry, injured, or ill, often had nowhere to turn except to the nearest cabin or settlement. It was not a matter of choice for the traveler or merely a charitable impulse on the part of the settlers. It reflected the harshness of daily life: if you didn't take in the stranger and take care of him, there was no one else who would. And someday, remember, you might be in the same situation. Today there are many charitable organizations which specialize in helping the weary traveler. Yet, the old tradition of hospitality to strangers is still very strong in the US, especially in the smaller cities and towns away from the busy tourist trails. "I was just traveling through, got talking with this American, and pretty soon he invited me home for dinner-amazing." Such observations reported by visitors to the US are not uncommon, but are not always understood properly. The casual friendliness of many Americans should be interpreted neither as superficial nor as artificial, but as the result of a historically developed cultural tradition. As is true of any developed society, in America a complex set of cultural signals, assumptions, and conventions underlies all social interrelationships. And, of course, speaking a language does not necessarily mean that someone understands social and cultural patterns. Visitors who fail to "translate" cultural meanings properly often draw wrong conclusions. For example, when an American uses the word "friend", the cultural implications of the word may be quite different from those it has in the visitor's language and culture. It takes more than a brief encounter on a bus to distinguish between courteous convention and individual interest. Yet, being friendly is a virtue that many Americans value highly and expect from both neighbors and strangers.

  46、In the eyes of visitors from the outside world, ___________.

  A. rude taxi drivers are rarely seen in the US

  B. small-minded officials deserve a serious comment

  C. Canadians are not so friendly as their neighbors

  D. most Americans are ready to offer help

  (本题分值:1.5分)「正确答案」D

  47、It could be inferred from the last paragraph that ___________.

  A. culture exercises an influence over social interrelationship

  B. courteous convention and individual interest are interrelated

  C. various virtues manifest themselves exclusively among friends

  D. social interrelationships equal the complex set of cultural conventions

  (本题分值:1.5分)「正确答案」A

  48、Families in frontier settlements used to entertain strangers ___________.

  A. to improve their hard life

  B. in view of their long-distance travel

  C. to add some flavor to their own daily life

  D. out of a charitable impulse

  (本题分值:1.5分)「正确答案」C

  49、The tradition of hospitality to strangers ___________.

  A. tends to be superficial and artificial

  B. is generally well kept up in the united States

  C. is always understood properly

  D. has something to do with the busy tourist trails

  (本题分值:1.5分)「正确答案」B

  50、What's the author's attitudes toward the American's friendliness?

  A. Favorable.

  B. Unfavorable.

  C. Indifferent.

  D. Neutral.

  (本题分值:1.5分)「正确答案」A

  Text 3

  Today, there are many avenues open to those who wish to continue their education. However, nearly all require some break in one's career in order to attend school full time. Part-time education, that is, attending school at night or for one weekend a month, tends to drag the process out over time and puts the completion of a degree program out of reach of many people. Additionally, such programs require a fixed time commitment which can also impact negatively on one's career and family time. Of the many approaches to teaching and learning, however, perhaps the most flexible and accommodating is that called distance learning. Distance learning is an educational method, which allows the students the flexibility to study at his or her own pace to achieve the academic goals, which are so necessary in today's world. The time required to study many be set aside at the student's convenience with due regard to all life's other requirements. Additionally, the student may enroll in distance learning courses from virtually any place in the world, while continuing to pursue their chosen career. Tutorial assistance may be available via regular airmail, telephone, facsimile machine, teleconferencing and over the Internet. Good distance learning programs are characterized by the inclusion of a subject evaluation tool with every subject. This precludes the requirement for a student to travel away from home to take a test. Another characteristic of a good distance-learning program is the equivalence of the distance-learning course with the same subject materials as those students taking the course on the home campus. The resultant diploma or degree should also be the same whether distance learning or on-campus study is employed. The individuality of the professor/student relationship is another characteristic of a good distance-learning program. In the final analysis, a good distance learning program has a place not only for the individual students but also the corporation or business that wants to work in partnership with their employees for the educational benefit, professional development, and business growth of the organization. Sponsoring distance learning programs for their employees gives the business the advantage of retaining career-minded people while contributing to their personal and professional growth through education.

  51、According to the passage, which of the following is NOT a disadvantage of part-time education?

  A. It requires some break in one's career.

  B. It tends to last too long for many people to complete a degree program.

  C. It affects one's career.

  D. It gives the student less time to share with the family.

  (本题分值:1.5分)「正确答案」A

  52、Which of the following is NOT an advantage of distance learning?

  A. The students may choose his or her own pace.

  B. The students may study at any time to his or her convenience.

  C. They can pursue their chosen career while studying.

  D. Their tutorial assistance comes through regular airmail, telephone, facsimile machine, etc.

  (本题分值:1.5分)「正确答案」D

  53、What benefit will distance-learning program bring to a business?

  A. Recruitment of more talented people.

  B. Good image of the business.

  C. Better cooperation with universities.

  D. Further training of employees and business growth.

  (本题分值:1.5分)「正确答案」D

  54、What benefit will distance learning bring to an employee of a business?

  A. Professional growth.

  B. Good relationship with the employer.

  C. Good impression on the employer.

  D. Higher salary.

  (本题分值:1.5分)「正确答案」A

  55、Which is not the characteristic of distance learning?

  A. It includes a subject evaluation tool with every subject.

  B. Its course uses the same subject materials as those students taking the course on the home campus.

  C. A distance-learning program has a place only for students.

  D. The relationship of the professor/student is characterized by individuality.

  (本题分值:1.5分)「正确答案」C

  Text 4

  I remember the way the light touched her hair. She turned her head, and our eyes met, a momentary awareness in that raucous fifth grade classroom. I felt as though I'd been struck a blow under the heart. Thus began my first love affair. Her name was Rachel, and I mooned my way through the grade and high school, stricken at the mere sight of her, tongue-tied in her presence. Does anyone, anymore, linger in the shadows of evening, drawn by the pale light of a window-her window-like some hapless summer insect? That delirious swooning, asexual but urgent and obsessive, that made me awkward and my voice crack, is like some impossible dream now. I would catch sight of her, walking down an aisle of trees to or from school, and I'd become paralyzed. She always seemed so poised, so self-possessed. At home, I'd relive each encounter, writhing at the thought of my inadequacies. We eventually got acquainted and socialized as we entered our adolescence, she knew I had a case on her, and I sensed her affectionate tolerance for me. "Going steady" implied a maturity we still lacked. Her Orthodox Jewish upbringing and my own Catholic scruples imposed an inhibited grace that made even kissing a distant prospect, however fervently desired. I managed to hold her once at a dance-chaperoned, of course. Our embrace made her giggle, a sound so trusting that I hated myself for what I'd been thinking. At any rate, my love for Rachel remained unrequited. We graduated from high school, she went on to college, and I joined the Army. When World War II engulfed us, I was sent overseas. For a time we corresponded, and her letters were the highlight of those grinding endless years. Once she sent me a snapshot of herself in a bathing suit, which drove me to the wildest of fantasies. I mentioned the possibility of marriage in my nest letter, and almost immediately her replies became less frequent, less personal. Her Dear John letter finally caught up with me while I was awaiting discharge. She gently explained the impossibility of a marriage between us. Looking back on it, I must have recovered rather quickly, although for the first few months I believed I didn't want to live. Like Rachel, I found someone else, whom I learned to love with a deep and permanent commitment that has lasted to this day.

  56、According to the passage, how old was the author when his first love affair began?

  A. Before he entered his teens.

  B. In his early teens.

  C. In his middle teens.

  D. When he was just out of his teens.

  (本题分值:1.5分)「正确答案」A

  57、How did the author behave as a boy in love?

  A. His first love motivated him toward hard study.

  B. His first love evoked sentimental memories.

  C. He was overpowered by wild excitement and passion.

  D. He fulfilled his expectations and desires.

  (本题分值:1.5分)「正确答案」C

  58、According to the passage, what held them back from a loving kiss?

  A. Her Jewish origin did not allow it.

  B. His Catholic adherence forbade it.

  C. They were not sure whether it was proper or ethical to kiss in line with their religious decorum.

  D. Kissing was found to be inelegant or even distasteful.

  (本题分值:1.5分)「正确答案」C

  59、According to the passage, what was Rachel's response to the author's tender affection before the war?

  A. She recognized and accepted his love affectionately.

  B. She thwarted his affection by flatly turning him down.

  C. She fondly permitted him to adore her without losing her own heart to him.

  D. She didn't care for him at all and only took delight in playing with his feelings.

  (本题分值:1.5分)「正确答案」C

  60、Which of the following best describes the organization of the passage?

  A. Statement and example.

  B. Cause and effect.

  C. Order of importance.

  D. Linear description.

  (本题分值:1.5分)「正确答案」D

  Part B

  Read the following text carefully and then translate the underlined segments into Chinese. Your translation should be written clearly on ANSWER SHEET 2.

  That low moaning sound in the background just might be the Founding Fathers protesting from beyond the grave. They have been doing it ever since the Republicans announced a "religious war" in the name of "traditional values". It grew several decibels louder last week when George Bush, at a breakfast of religious leaders, attacked the Democrats for failing to mention God in their doctrines and declaimed that a President needs to believe in the Almighty. What about the constitutional ban on "religious tests". for public office? The Founding Fathers would want to know. (61) What about Tom Jefferson's conviction that it is possible for a nonbeliever to be a moral person, "find incitements to virtue in the comfort and pleasantness you feel in its exercise"? Even George Washington must shudder in his sleep to hear the constant emphasis on "Judeo-Christian values". (62) It was he who wrote, "We have abundant reason to rejoice that in this Land … every person may here worship God according to the dictates of his own heart." George Bush should know better than to encourage the theocratic ambitions of the Christian right. (63) He has claimed —— to much ironic scorn —— that when he was shot down during World War II and lay floating in the Pacific for four hours, he meditated on "God and faith and the separation of church and state". But there could be no better themes for a patriot to address in his final moments. (64) The "wall of separation" the Founding Fathers built between church and state is one of the best defenses freedom has ever had. Or have we already forgotten why the Founding fathers put it up? They had seen enough religious intolerance in the colonies: Quaker women were burned at the stake in Puritan Massachusetts; Virginians could be jailed for denying the Bible's authority. They knew Europe had terribly disfigured itself in a religious war recalled now only by its duration —— 30 years. (65) No wonder John Adams once described the Judeo-Christian tradition as "the most bloody religion that ever existed," and that the Founding fathers took such pains to keep the hand that holds the musket separate from the one that carries the cross.

  61、(本题分值:3分)「正确答案」

  汤姆.杰斐逊深信,不相信上帝的人也可以是道德无缺的人,"于道德行为中感受之快慰,即是道德之鞭策".

  62、(本题分值:3分)「正确答案」

  看看华盛顿亲手写的这些话:"吾辈甚当称庆,于斯土中… 凡人皆可从心所欲,自由地崇拜神。"

  63、(本题分值:3分)「正确答案」

  他自己说过(这话也着实被人挖苦了一番),说他在第二次世界大战时飞机被击落,在太平洋漂了四小时,当时脑子里思索的是"神、信仰以及政教分离".

  64、(本题分值:3分)「正确答案」

  开国元勋们在政治与宗教之间建起的"分离之墙"正是自由的最佳屏障。难道我们已经忘记当初筑起这道墙的动机?

  65、(本题分值:3分)「正确答案」

  无怪乎亚当斯曾把犹太-基督教传统称为"史上最血腥的宗教",也难怪先人们如此大费周章,把拿毛瑟枪的手和持十字架的手分隔清楚。

  Section IV Writing(30 points)

  Directions: In this part, you are to write an essay of about 200 words within 40 minutes. Your essay should be based on the information given in the outline below. Outline: 1. Importance of confidence 2. Reasons for lack of confidence 3. How to build up confidence

  66、(本题分值:30分)

  「参考答案」

  One possible version: Whatever one does, one should do it with confidence. If one has no confidence, there is little possibility that one can achieve anything when faced with hardships. This truth seems to be self-evident. In reality, however, we do see a lot of people who always complain that they lack the ability to do something or that their difficulties are too great to overcome. For some, this might be true. But for the others, this only shows that they have lost heart. Why do some people often feel frustrated even though they are capable of doing something? I think there are two main reasons. In the first place, these people don't have a proper evaluation of themselves. They tend to underestimate their capabilities. Secondly, it is possible that they exaggerate the difficulties. In my opinion, one can build up confidence by oneself as long as he has a right attitude towards his own abilities. We should neither underestimate nor overestimate our abilities. Try to find your advantages and that is OK. As a proverb says, "Where there is a will, there is a way." With confidence we can certainly cope with any task we are faced with.

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