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My dear daughter,

You're growing up and gaining a lot of wisdom. Here are some things that you need to remember at any time.

Love yourself

No one is perfect. Sometimes we make mistakes—learn from them and move on. Take responsibility for your part, try not to make the same mistake again and forgive yourself.

Love your body.

You are beautiful. You don’t have to be thin or tall to be beautiful. Beauty comes in all shapes and sizes. Take care of your body. Exercise, eat healthily, and you will be beautiful.

Believe in yourself.

Do the best you can in school and don't worry so much about what your grades are. You’re going to be great at whatever you choose to do. The only thing you have to do is believe in yourself.

Be the best friend you can be.

Some friends will stay with you for a lifetime and many will come and go. This is life. Always be the best friend you can be. And believe you're always a good person.

love

your mama

 

 

1.The text might be a ________.

A.notice B.diary C.letter D.poster

2.How many suggestions are given to the daughter?

A.Four. B.Five. C.Six. D.Seven.

3.According to the text, which of the following is true?

A.We should try not to make any mistakes.

B.Beauty comes in different shapes aid sizes

C.we must pay more attention to our grades.

D.Most friends will stay with us all the time.

 

答案:
1.C 2.A 3.B 【解析】 本文是妈妈写给女儿的一封信,告诉自己的女儿需要随时记住的事情:爱自己;爱自己的身体;相信自己;做一个你能做的最好的朋友。 1. 细...
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