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成功没有捷径 No Shortcut to Success

“我们想掌控一切,却不愿意从学徒做起;我们想获得知识,却不愿意努力学习;我们想发财致富,却不愿意付出辛苦的劳动。”这周我们在读《奋力向前》一书时,这句话让我感触良多。

通过最近一段时间的英语学习,我越发能感受到自己听力、阅读能力的进步。按照叔叔教的学习方法,我开始从书虫双语读物最简单的第一级开始练习英语听力和阅读。由于书虫的初级读物内容都很简单,所以我没有感觉很困难。但随着级别的增高,听力朗读的速度变快、句子也变得复杂,在阅读和听力时明显会感到力不从心,有时也会因为一句话反复听许多次但依然听不懂而沮丧。但是度过最开始的阶段,后来阅读除了个别不认识的单词,我可以不用再看中文翻译就能很好的理解句子、故事内容,听力也不像刚开始那样每句都需要反复重听。这一进步让我对学习英语产生了更大的兴趣,也让我明白任何事情都不是一蹴而就的,是靠每天看似不起眼的进步、积累而来。所以想要成功做成一件事情,与其担心、抱怨前方可能遇到的困难,不如踏踏实实做好每一天。俗话说“绳锯木断,水滴石穿”,功夫到家了,困难自然也就越过了。


"We want to control everything, but we are unwilling to start as an apprentice; we want to gain knowledge, but are unwilling to study hard; we want to get rich, but are unwilling to put in hard work." This week we are reading the book "Strive Forward" At that time, this sentence touched me a lot.

Through the recent period of English learning, I can feel the improvement of my listening and reading skills more and more. Following the learning method taught by uncle, I started practicing English listening and reading from the simplest level one of Bookworm Bilingual Reading. Since the content of Bookworm's primers is very simple, I didn't find it difficult. However, as the level increases, the speed of listening reading becomes faster and the sentences become more complex. You will obviously feel inadequate when reading and listening. Sometimes you will be frustrated because you have heard a sentence many times but still don't understand it. But after getting through the initial stage, I was able to understand sentences and stories very well without reading the Chinese translation, except for a few unfamiliar words. My listening skills did not require repeated listening to each sentence like at the beginning. This progress made me more interested in learning English, and also made me understand that nothing is achieved overnight, and it relies on the seemingly inconspicuous progress and accumulation every day. Therefore, if you want to successfully accomplish something, instead of worrying and complaining about the difficulties you may encounter ahead, it is better to do a good job every day in a down-to-earth manner. As the saying goes, "A rope cuts through wood, and a drop of water penetrates a stone." If you master the skills, you will naturally overcome the difficulties.

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