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    2. (DELETE "As shown") (I)n the picture, a goalkeeper and a football player (ARE) show(N) (IN) remarkable contrast: the former exaggerate(S) the (SIZE OF THE) goal and undervalue(S) (REPLACE "himself" with "his") ability in his mind, the latter thinks otherwise. Actually, (DELETE "these") (SWITCH THE ORDER OF "are normal size" and "both the goal and the goalkeeper"). What causes the problem is that they overestimate(MAKE IT PRESENT TENSE, DELETE "d") the difficulty with which they are each faced. Such attitude(S) towards difficult(IES) will inevitably produce negative effects on the results. To (REPLACE "overtake trouble" with "solve the problem"), we should make a solid judgment based on confidence, courage and critical thinking in the first place. Let us take memory for example. (REPLACE "In" with "During") the process of study(ING), students need to remember a lot of things, such as poems, mathematical formulas, and English words. But many complain that it is hard to remember them accurately, (REPLACE "and" with "so") they are ready to give up (REPLACE "when they feel so" with "too easily"). In contrast, (REPLACE "those who learn successfully" with "successful learners") are confident about themselves and look( DELETE "ing") forward to trying even though they also think (IT'S) difficult initially. In summary, we must be confident and (DELETE "manful") (MAKE A LOT OF) efforts if we are going to solve puzzles. In the picture, a goalkeeper and a football player are shown in remarkable contrast: the former exaggerates the size of the goal and undervalues his ability in his mind; the latter thinks otherwise. Actually, both the goal and the goalkeeper are of normal size. What causes the problem is that they overestimate the difficulty with which they are each faced. Such attitudes towards difficulties will inevitably produce negative effects on the results. To solve the problem, we should make a solid judgment based on confidence, courage and critical thinking in the first place. Let us take memory for example. During the process of studying, students need to remember a lot of things, such as poems, mathematical formulas, and English words. But many complain that it is hard to remember them accurately, so they are ready to give up too easily. In contrast, successful learners are confident about themselves and look forward to trying even though they also think it's difficult initially. In summary, we must be confident and make a lot of efforts if we are going to solve puzzles.

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