One friend once said to me, "Do you know that most college students can't even put semi-co
Many students are willing to believe that there is really something wrong with them. More students than ever before tell me and my colleagues that they are indeed bad writers and need lots of help with grammar and punctuation. I feel like a doctor, my job is to diagnose (诊断) the disease and prescribe cures whenever I read student writing, It would be easy enough for me to circle spelling errors, cross out unnecessary commas, line out wordy sentences. And knowing that this sort of marking can sting, I would of course write, onto the end of the paper, something about how I know the student really tried hard, something about his rich imagination or his clear potential for doing well.
But I wonder whether all these well-intentioned scrawls (潦草写几句话) would do little more than confirm my student’s fears about how crippled he is.
According to the passage, a "skills cripple" is someone who ______. ()
A．is seriously ill
B．has a rich imagination
C．is a bad writer
D．has a serious injury to the leg