Twelve years ago I learned an important life... (2023)

  • Twelve years ago, I learned an important life lesson in the back seat of a New York City cab.

    I took a cab and we went to Grand Central Station. while we the right lane (车道) a black car s2.jumped out of a parking space right in front of us. My taxi driver hit the brakes (猛踩刹车), skidded (打滑) and missed the other car by several inches! The driver of the other car, the guy who almost3.a big accident, started berating us. My taxi driver just smiled and waved at the guy.

    I asked him. "W4.did you just do that? This guy almost crashed your car and could have sent us to the hospital!" He said, "Many people are like garbage trucks (卡车). They run full of r5.. They need a place to dispose of it. If someone wants to attack you, just s6., wave, wish them well and move on. You will be happier if you do this.

    I found your words very m7.. I couldn't help one8.myself. “How often do I allow people like that to throw garbage at me? And how often do I take their trash and scatter it among other people: at work, at home, on the street?” I realized that day. "I don't do that anymore."

    S9.So I started seeing people as garbage trucks and10.And like my cab driver, I just smile, wave, wish you luck, and then move on.

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  • Team games are important in school life. They help children learn the importance of working together towards a common goal. Team building activities help students understand each other and give them the opportunity to improve on their weaknesses.

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    Build a story: This team game is about building a story from a few pictures. Each team must build a story based on the image given to each of its members. After the team understands what each image means, they need to organize the images. The first team to build the story wins.

    Team Craft (剪纸): For this activity, the class will be divided into groups of three or four members. Each team is given some art supplies like crayons, art paper, and a knife. Every team has to come up with something creative and special. Whoever finishes first or crafts best is the winner.

    Team Sports: Outdoor activities and sports are among the best team games for schools. Volleyball, football and basketball are some of the very interesting team games. Exercise mixed with fun is one of the main interests of sport.

    Dog and the Bone: This game is played between two teams. The teams line up in front of each other. Each team member is given a number or letter of the alphabet. The same pair of names is used for both teams. An object is placed in an area between the two teams. The host of the game calls out a name. Members of both named teams rush to grab the object. The member who takes the "bone" first gets a point for their team.

    1. What is the passage mainly about?

    A. Team Sports. B. Team games.

    C. Structure of a story. D. Team art.

    2. How can we build a story according to paragraph 2?

    A. Arrange the pictures.

    B. Say one sentence at a time.

    C. To talk about the same picture.

    D. To talk about different images.

    3. Which team game requires you to use colored pencils and a knife?

    A. Dog and Bone. B. play volleyball.

    C. Teamwork. D. Build a story.

    4. Which of the following sports is definitely a team sport?

    Swimming. B. running

    C. Basketball     D. Walk

    5. What is the "bone" in Dog and the Bone?

    A. The child who gets the item first.

    B. The child who cannot pick up the object.

    C. The child introducing the game.

    D. The object between the two teams.

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  • Sixteen years ago a boy gave me an important gift. It was a smile.

    It was early fall of my freshman year at a new school and my old school was far away.1.I was very lonely and afraid to make friends.

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    Every time I heard the other students talking to each other and laughing, I felt sad.2.Then one day my classmates were chatting happily with their friends, but I was sitting unhappily at my desk as usual. At that moment a boy entered the classroom. I didn't know who he was. He passed me and then came back. He looked at me with a smile.3.It made me happy and warm. That smile changed my life. I started talking to other students and making friends. Day by day, I got closer to everyone in my class.4.

    One day I asked him why he was smiling but he didn't remember smiling at me!

    It doesn't matter because all dark days are over.5.If you think you're lonely, maybe you're always alone. So smile at the world and it will smile back.

    Depending on the content of the essay, select five sentences from the box to fill in the gaps in the text and make the essay content smooth and complete.

    A. Suddenly I felt the touch of something bright and kind.

    B. Smile is very important in our life.

    C. I couldn't talk to anyone about my problems.

    D. I believe the world is what you think it is.

    E. The boy with the happy smile became my best friend.

    Q. As a result, no one knew who I was.

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  • A few years ago, a television reporter spoke to three of America's most important personalities. One was a very wealthy banker, another owned one of the largest corporations in the world, and the third owned many buildings in downtown New York.

    The reporter spoke to them about being important.

    "How do we know if someone really matters?" the reporter asked the banker.

    The banker thought for a moment and said, "I think everyone who is invited to the White House to meet the President of the United States is really important."

    The reporter then turned to the very large company owner. "Are you okay with (that?") she asked.

    The man shook his head. "No. I think the President is inviting a lot of people to the White House. You would only matter if, during your visit to the President, you received a call from the President of another country and the President of the United States said he was too busy to answer.

    The reporter turned to the third man: "Do you think so?"

    "No, not me," he said. “I don't think that makes the visitor important.

    Important President.”

    "So what would make the visitor important?" asked the reporter and the other two men.

    "Oh, I think if the visitor to the White House was talking to the President and the phone rang and the President picked up the phone and listened and said, 'This is for you.'

    1.This story happened on_________.

    A.England B.America C.Japan D.Australia

    2. This passage says _________.

    A. two men and two women B. three men and one woman

    C. three women and one man D. four women

    3.The banker thought______.

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    He was very important because he was a rich banker

    B. The visit to the White House to meet the President of the United States was very important

    C. The visitor who met the President of the United States

    D. The reporter was very important

    4. The owner of the very large company thought_________.

    A.She was very important because she owned one of the biggest companies

    B. the banker was very important

    C. The owner of many buildings in downtown New York was very important

    D. The visitor would be very important if the President does not take calls during his visit to the President

    5. The owner of many buildings thought __________.

    He was very important because he owned many buildings in downtown New York

    B. the owner of the very large company was very important

    C. The visitor was very important when speaking to the President and the President received a call for the visitor

    D.The person who worked in the White House was very important

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  • My life plan is to visit every US state. A few years ago my husband and I were traveling in the Northwest. One day while we were having our breakfast I lost my wallet which had more than $300 in it and there was no way to find it but we continued our journey.

    We went for walks and enjoyed the city, completely forgetting about my missing wallet. Later, when I checked my phone, a message came from the manager of the restaurant where we had our breakfast:

    "I have something that is yours and you will be very happy."

    We went back to the restaurant and there was the wallet with all the money on the table!

    The boss's son found the wallet in front of the door and brought it to him. He figured it must belong to someone who ate at the restaurant, so he looked inside and found my phone number on a piece of paper.

    1. Where were the writer and her husband when she lost her wallet?

    A. They were in their hometown.

    B. You were in the Southwest United States.

    C. You were in the Northeastern United States.

    D. They were in the Northwest United States.

    2. According to the passage we can say that ________.

    A. the writer always lost things on her travels

    B. the message was a nice surprise for the writer

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    C. The wallet was not important to the author

    D. the writer did not care that he lost his wallet

    3. According to the passage, which of the following statements is TRUE?

    A. The author got lost looking for her wallet.

    B. The author eventually found her wallet under the restaurant table.

    C. The wallet was found outside the restaurant door.

    D. The boss's son knew the writer's phone number and called her.

    4. What can we learn from the passage?

    A. The chef of the restaurant knew the author beforehand.

    B. The clerk thanked the manager of the restaurant.

    C. The author knew someone would bring her wallet back.

    D. The author wasn't upset when she discovered her wallet was missing.

    5. Which of the following words best describes the boss?

    A Interesting. B. cool. C. worker. D Stupid.

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  • He ______ in Shanghai, but he ______ in the village since he came here two years ago.

    A. lived earlier; accustomed to b. accustomed to live; is used to

    C. was used to life; accustomed to D. accustomed to living; is used to

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  • reproductions on the internet          important role in our life.

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

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  • The Internet is used in almost all areas of life today. Does the internet play an important role in education? Let's look at it in detail.

    school projects

    The internet can be more _______ to complete projects in schools. Because the Internet is an ocean of information that encompasses almost every object known to man. Browsing information on the internet is much _______ than reading a book on the subject.


    The latest news is frequently updated on news sites on the Internet. Students can receive the messages online at school, at home, or any other _______.

    learn online

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    With the Internet, you can learn, study, and take exams online _______ short courses. People from all parts of the world can acquire knowledge on various topics.

    No age group (class) for education

    Online courses can engage people of all ages to learn their _______ according to their tastes and desires. You're never too old or too busy to learn something new.

    With these points, we find that the internet is so important in education. However, it makes sense for parents to tell students _______ what is good and bad for them, or keep tabs on their surfing.


    2.A.hardest B.worstC.fastestD.slowest


    4.A.takes B.raises C.takes D.putt



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  • It's hard to learn a lesson in life ________ we really learned that lesson.

    A. to B. to C. from D. when

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  • As we know, the internet plays an important role in our lives.1.When communicating face to face (交际), we follow some rules to be polite to others2.

    If someone isn't nice to you online, you might want to fight back, but don't try.3..4.If it's a minor bug, you might not need to say anything. If you think you're wrong, correct yourself and apologize.

    5.Unless you know the person very well, neither of you will be happy with the information.

    A.You shouldn't bother about them or just shorten their messages.

    B.We share all kinds of information with others.

    C. Do not ask others personal questions such as age and family.

    D.It may happen that you do something wrong when you talk to each other..

    E. Therefore, when we are on the Internet, we need to know some rules.

    A.You shouldn't bother about them or just shorten their messages.

    B.We share all kinds of information with others.

    C. Do not ask others personal questions such as age and family.

    D.It may happen that you do something wrong when you talk to each other..

    E. Therefore, when we are on the Internet, we need to know some rules.

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What has life taught you recently? ›

Life has taught me that no matter what we do as individuals we can never please everyone. It has also taught me that no matter how nice or humble we might be, there will still be people out there that would not like you for any reason and would try everything in their power to tarnish your image and bring you down.

What are the greatest lessons you have learned from your past challenges? ›

Here are 4 lessons learned from hardships.
  • Compassion & Sensitivity. A significant dose of humility usually comes with hardship. ...
  • Self-Knowledge & Perspective. Hardships force you to come face-to-face with who you are. ...
  • Limits of Control. ...
  • Flexibility.

What can we learn from older generations? ›

Here are some of the things we can learn from our elders.
  • Courage in the Face of Adversity. ...
  • Family Matters. ...
  • Those That Mind Don't Matter. ...
  • Love Is All You Need. ...
  • Laughter Is a Great Medicine. ...
  • Make Time for What's Important.

What is the most important lesson you've learned in life quotes? ›

Life Lesson Quotes
  • “The book of life teaches you a new lesson when you read it backwards.” ~ Invajy.
  • “The only mistake in life is the lesson not learned.” ~ Albert Einstein.
  • “The most valuable lessons in life cannot be taught, they must be experienced.” ...
  • “When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time.”

What life teaches us? ›

Life teaches you how to overcome your fear , how to make fear your courage. How to work in pain, how to make pain your companion, how to give best results in pain. Comparing yourself with others will make you down your inherent beauty . Let them do their work, wish them luck & focus on your ambitions.

What is the biggest life lesson you have ever learned why? ›

The Most Important Lesson I Have Ever Learned

The single most important lesson I've ever learned is this… “Have faith that your efforts will be rewarded.” That's it. Now that may sound like a productivity lesson, but to me it's really a recipe for happiness and success.

What are some life changing lessons? ›

27 Life Changing Lessons to Learn from Eckhart Tolle
  • The present moment is the most precious thing there is. ...
  • Wherever you are, be there totally. ...
  • Always say “yes” to the present moment. ...
  • Life will give you whatever experience is most helpful for the evolution of your consciousness. ...
  • Don't take life so seriously.

What is the smallest lesson that life has taught you? ›

The smallest lesson that life has taught me is that it is never too late to learn. No matter how old we are, or how set in our ways, we can always learn something new. Things change, and so must I.

What is something that you learned from a past failure? ›

From failure, we learn resiliency. It's hard to not learn how to build resilience after a failure, especially if you're determined to overcome failure. Resilience is an important life skill to build. And when you build (and learn) resilience, it helps you in other ways, too.

What were the top three lessons you learned the hard way? ›

30 Life Lessons I Learned The Hard Way
  • Take One Action Every Day. ...
  • Be deliberate. ...
  • Challenge what you think you know. ...
  • Be kind. ...
  • Pause When You Need To, But Not For Long. ...
  • Do What You Hate and Do It First. ...
  • It's Not Selfish to Put Yourself First. ...
  • Stop Being Shocked When the World Isn't Fair.

Why elders are important in our life? ›

They hold the family firmly at all times and make them strong. They are the ideal mentor. From all the experiences they have accumulated over the years, they can judge a situation and give constructive advice to their children. They also play an important role in solving disputes among the family members.

What do we learn as we age? ›

Aging may also bring positive cognitive changes. For example, many studies have shown that older adults have more extensive vocabularies and greater knowledge of the depth of meaning of words than younger adults. Older adults may also have learned from a lifetime of accumulated knowledge and experiences.

Why it is important to connect with older generations? ›

Today, older adults are living longer, healthier lives than in the past, making staying connected to loved ones more important than ever. Plus, various studies have shown that these intergenerational relationships have a positive impact on all those involved.

What are 5 positive quotes about life? ›

Motivational quotes to start your day
  • “You can get everything in life you want if you will just help enough other people get what they want.” — ...
  • “Inspiration does exist, but it must find you working.” — ...
  • “Don't settle for average. ...
  • “Show up, show up, show up, and after a while the muse shows up, too.” — ...
  • “Don't bunt.
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What is the best saying in life? ›

Inspirational Quotes About Life
  • Keep smiling, because life is a beautiful thing and there's so much to smile about. - ...
  • Life is a long lesson in humility. - ...
  • In three words I can sum up everything I've learned about life: it goes on. - ...
  • Love the life you live. ...
  • Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all. -
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What are the 3 things to know in life quotes? ›

Quotes The Three most important things in life, the first one is your Dignity, the second is your - Quotes. Family Quotes, Dignity Quotes, Sacrifice Quotes, The Three most important things in life, the first one is your Dignity, the second is your heart, and the third is your family.

What is real learning of life? ›

Real learning involves all the senses and links the words in the book with the real life experiments, models, activities etc. It is the building of understanding, skills and attitudes which is genuine empowerment of the child for lifelong success. Real learning is education for life.

What is a lesson to be learned? ›

“A lesson learned is knowledge or understanding gained by experience. The experience may be positive, as in a successful test or mission, or negative, as in a mishap or failure...

How do you learn through life? ›

10 Simple Ways To Engage In Lifelong Learning
  1. 10 Simple Ways To Engage In Lifelong Learning. ...
  2. Read widely and often. ...
  3. Keep smart company. ...
  4. Teach others. ...
  5. Keep a list of things you want to explore. ...
  6. Start your own project. ...
  7. Use a personal learning environment. ...
  8. Experiment with new ways to learn.
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What does a big life lesson mean? ›

noun. something from which useful knowledge or principles can be learned.

What is an important life lesson you have learned in the last few years explain why it was such an important lesson to learn? ›

Do not be scared of obstacles. Hard work is the basis for everything worthwhile you will achieve in life. There's no easy way to do hard work. You have to find your passion, stay focused and keep at the task until the job is done.

What did you learn from understanding the self? ›

Answer: I've learned that having a clear understanding of one's thought and behavioral patterns helps you understand other people. This ability to empathize facilitates better personal and professional relationships. To know yourself is your first priority!

What is a good example of a life changing experience? ›

Some life-changing events include common things such as marriage, parenthood, divorce, job loss, and death.

What was the best lesson you learned this year? ›

It's okay for your goals, dreams and desires to change

Everything I wanted to happen, happened! It took me a while to work through it but now I know that's okay. People don't set goals and then just stop when they achieve them, they set new goals and keep striving. It's what motivates us!

What are some good life lesson quotes? ›

Life Lessons Quotes
  • “And once the storm is over, you won't remember how you made it through, how you managed to survive. ...
  • “I've never fooled anyone. ...
  • “Attitude is a choice. ...
  • “Don't be pushed around by the fears in your mind. ...
  • “Instead of worrying about what you cannot control, shift your energy to what you can create.”

What is your biggest failure and what did you learn from it? ›

Choose a specific failure

Pick a real failure that happened in the workplace, specifically a failure related to the work you're doing now. Look for a story where something didn't go as planned. Choosing the right story is important, as you want to explain a situation where only one thing went wrong.

What lessons were learned from failure today? ›

Lessons from failure
  • guilty for letting people down.
  • relieved you don't have to complete such a big task anymore.
  • nervous to have to try again.
  • anxious, or have anticipation about the future and what it might mean to try again.
  • ashamed for failing, especially if you feel pressure from friends or family to succeed.

What is your biggest failure in life and how did you overcome it? ›

I split the work according to my deadline. When just 2 days were left, I shut down the system without saving my work. I quickly realized the mistake and restarted the work just to finish it in time. Most of the lost data was recovered and I managed to complete the task successfully with a few mistakes.

What three things help you learn best? ›

Getting enough sleep2. Eliminating distractions so you can focus on what you are learning. Organizing the information you are studying to make it easier to remember3. Using elaborative rehearsal when studying; when you learn something new, spend a few moments describing it to yourself in your own words.

What is the most powerful way to learn? ›

According to research, if you really want new material to stick, the best way to study is something called "distributed practice." That means that if you want to master a new concept, your best bet is to study hard for a short period of time, take a break, and then have another go at it, spreading intense bursts of ...

What is the importance of old person in family? ›

Older members of a family bring wisdom, calm, dependability and unconditional love that frame the views of the broader family and shape the future of younger generations.

What makes seniors happy? ›

Focus on abilities.

Older adults who focus on what they can do and find rewarding, rather than any decline in abilities, are happier. According to a study in The Gerontologist, accepting aging and adapting to age-related changes is vital to successful aging and well-being.

What do elderly need most? ›

What Services Do Seniors Need Most?
  • Personal Care. One of the most in-demand services for seniors is personal care. ...
  • Medication Management. ...
  • Nutrition and Meal Support. ...
  • Mobility and Transportation. ...
  • Healthcare. ...
  • Money Management. ...
  • Safety and Security. ...
  • Social Interaction Opportunities.

What is the golden age of our life? ›

The senior years are the period from age fifty-one until the end of life. A number of physiological and emotional changes take place during this life stage. For example, many older adults face serious health challenges, such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes, or dementia.

What is the golden age to learn? ›

It is often argued within sports circles that the age span of around 6–12 years is a golden age for motor skill learning, and this period is often described as sensitive, or even critical, for learning such skills.

At what age does health decline? ›

For example, aerobic capacity declined 3% to 6% each decade in the 20s and 30s, but after age 70 the rate of decline accelerated to more than 20% per decade. The study also showed that after age 40, men's fitness levels declined at a faster rate than women, regardless of their level of physical activity.

What challenges do older generations face? ›

What are the Biggest Challenges for Elderly People in Our Society...
  • Ageism and a lost sense of purpose. ...
  • Financial insecurity. ...
  • Difficulty with everyday tasks and mobility. ...
  • Finding the right care provision. ...
  • Access to healthcare services. ...
  • End of life preparations.
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What do older generations misunderstand about you? ›

They misunderstand phrases such as “on fleek” and “that's lit,” thinking they mean horrible things when, respectively, they mean “looking good” and “that's really cool.” The older generation always thinks that we are up to no good and trying to get in trouble.

What is one life lesson you learned the hard way? ›

Life isn't fair at times so don't be surprised when things don't go your way. Bad things really do happen to good people at times. Learn from crappy circumstances, use them as practice for responding, rather than reacting to upsetting things. Find the value in the pain and become stronger.

What life lessons should every child learn? ›

Kids should learn these seven essential life lessons as they move from childhood to adolescence.
  • Honesty is the best policy. ...
  • Treat others as you wish to be treated. ...
  • Good manners go a long way. ...
  • You don't always get what you want. ...
  • Success comes from hard work. ...
  • It's not always about you. ...
  • Sense of responsibility.
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What are moral lessons? ›

A moral (from Latin morālis) is a message that is conveyed or a lesson to be learned from a story or event. The moral may be left to the hearer, reader, or viewer to determine for themselves, or may be explicitly encapsulated in a maxim. A moral is a lesson in a story or in real life.

What is the lesson of hard times? ›

In Hard Times, the key moral attributes that the villains lack are empathy, generosity, and altruism. For Dickens, these are the foundation of human relationships. There is no getting around them with any other quality, however positive.

What lessons learned from the life of lot that you could apply to your life? ›

The first lesson from Lot's life is not to compromise God's standards to conform to the world or blend into it. Instead, we're to be the salt of the earth, the light of the world, and shine like stars in the universe.

What is the most important lesson people today can learn from what happened during the Great Depression? ›

A number of big lessons emerged from the Great Depression, even if they have generally been studiously ignored by subsequent generations. One of the biggest was that we should never leave the financial sector to its own devices. Poorly regulated banks helped trigger the 1929 stockmarket crash by lending to speculators.

What are the lessons that you have learned today that you will apply in the future when scuba diving? ›

Here are the list of things that you may learn and observe from a trip underwater.
  • Be Present in the Now. When diving, you need to constantly be in the moment and be hyper aware of your surroundings. ...
  • Just Breathe. ...
  • Look Beneath the Surface. ...
  • Stay Calm. ...
  • Trust Others. ...
  • Appreciate Nature. ...
  • Learn to Have Fun.
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What children can teach us about life? ›

6 Lessons Kids Can Teach Adults
  • Live in the Now. Kids, especially young kids, tend to live in the moment. ...
  • Love Unconditionally. Again, despite the experiences kids go through, they are able to have unconditional love for the people in their lives. ...
  • Have Questions. ...
  • Be Open-Minded. ...
  • Be Creative.
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What is the most important thing for a child to learn? ›

Important life skills kids need to know include decision-making skills, problem-solving skills, personal hygiene, meal prep, and communication skills. However, many kids don't learn these lessons and how to handle real-world situations until they're in high school.

What lessons do you learn from your family? ›

60 Life Lessons I Learned From My Parents
  • Admit mistakes. It would be foolish for me to claim my parents have been perfect. ...
  • Appreciate teachers. ...
  • Assist your neighbor whenever possible. ...
  • Attend church. ...
  • Be a good friend to find a good friend. ...
  • Be content with little. ...
  • Be content with much. ...
  • Be humble.


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