ENG001 GDB 1 Solution and Discussion
Total Marks 5
Starting Date Monday, January 13, 2020
Closing Date Tuesday, January 14, 2020
Question Title Graded Discussion Board
Graded Discussion Board for Elementary English (ENG001) will be opened from January 13 to January 14, 2020.
The topic for the GDB is:
‘Sometimes we are limited more by attitude than by opportunities.’ Comment on the given statement.
Write your own views on the given topic. Your comments should NOT exceed 150-200 words.
Read the following instructions carefully before posting your comments:
GDB carries 3% weightage in your final assessment.
Your comments should be clear, concise, and relevant to the topic.
Creative and original ideas written in correct English will be highly appreciated.
Any queries related to Graded Discussion Board (GDB) will not be entertained on regular MDB.
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Do not send your comments via e-mail or regular MDB. The comments posted on regular MDB will not be graded.
Do not post your comments twice.
No marks will be awarded for plagiarism.
All the best!
Such moments also come in ups and downs of life when we totally lose our hopes. We feel limited and sometimes trapped. We want to get ride of this kind of situations as quickly as we can, but it’s never quite that simple unfortunately. Our attitude toward our set back never let us to be a part of any positive and healthy life. The thing that determines our success is our attitude. Whereas the opportunities can just create a path for us to follow and materialize our dream of success. Our positive attitude can make our life easy as compare to a negative attitude. We are limited less by opportunities than by attitude. Opportunities and chances are momentary. On the other hands, positive attitude enhances our life and rebuilds the opportunities bigger than before. The opportunities go hand in hand with attitude. With a positive attitude, we can face any kind of problem with a happy face. That is why we are limited more by attitude than by opportunities.