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文都教育,2013年英语四级作文真题及范文

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  The picture shows us a dialogue between a father and a son. The son
told his father, “Dad, I’m a bit worried about disposing of nuclear
waste”. While his father told him, “If you can empty the dustbin here
you can do anything”. It reveals the importance of doing small things
well before undertaking something big. There is also an old Chinese
saying to go with this that a person can’t sweep the world before he can
sweep his own room.

图片 12013年6月英语四级作文图

  I agree on the point that it is of great importance for a person to
do small things well before undertaking something big. First of all,
doing small things well entail the qualities that needed in doing great
things such as patience and ability of controlling time. For example,
when we sweep our room, we need to manage our time and energy
reasonably. Accordingly, if we sweep a bigger room, for example, a
classroom with our classmates, we should learn how to cooperate and
allot assignments as well. And a big advantage is that we can draw
useful lessons from the failure of performing well because they didn’t
cost a lot.

  对白:

  In another word, though these things seem trivial, they reinforce
our manipulative ability and thus our understanding to the world.
Therefore, we should not ignore the small things.

  子:Dad, I’m a bit worried about disposing of nuclear
waste(处理核废料)

 

  父:If you can empty the dustbin(垃圾筒) here, you can do anything

  北京新东方学校 金凌虹

  We can see from the illustration there is a father talking to his
son.  Having heard his son’s words “Dad, I am a bit worried about
disposing of nuclear weapons”, the father replies, “If you can empty
the dustbin here, you can do anything”, pointing the garbage can beside
him。

  Funny and common as the conversation sounds, it reflects that the
father intends to advise his son to do small things before undertaking
the big. Unquestionably, doing small things is the first step of success
and will lay root for doing something big. By doing something small, we
are enabled to accumulate experience, master skills and train ourselves
to be more patient. In other word, we can be well prepared for further
challenges in the course of fulfilling small things. By contrast, those
who set out to do something big will be constantly haunted by
disappointment, frustrations or even failures. As when opportunity
“something big” appears, they can hardly seize them because of the lack
of experience and confidence stems from doing small things. Taking the
picture presented above as a case in point, how can the little boy
succeed in disposing of nuclear weapons if he even doesn’t know how to
empty the dustbin?

  From my perspective, under no circumstances should we undervalue the
power of doing small things. Instead, we should regard small things as
the source of experience, skills and the prerequisite of success. “Great
achievement only belongs to those who can do small things perfectly。”
Aristotle once said。

  北京新东方学校 赵子凌

  What the author illustrates in the picture reflects a hot topic
which causedour concern: the importance of doing small thingsbefore
undertaking something big. It is true that we are likely to overcomesome
obstacles if we are proceeding forward to achieve success. However,this
is the quality that many people lack in。

  Asthe father in the picture says, those who can empty the dustbin in
the roomfirst can tackle the big problems afterwards. Likewise, if one
cannot deal withthe things in hand, he or she must fail in the following
knotty problems. Wecan easily notice the phenomenon that the people who
are in possession of thisquality finally become successful figures, such
as Ma Yun, first worked as anordinary employee in a small company, and
then created his own business empireafter years of sufferings。

  Tosum up, it is imperative that we all should possess the quality of
doing smallthings, and put more emphasis on the details, only through
this can weundertake the responsibilities of tackling big problems。

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