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TPO14–Q2: A/D? One of the best ways to learn is by making mistakes. Use specific examples and details to support your opinion.
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making a mistake teaches you…
making a mistake teaches you lessons. For instance, most entrepreneurs learn from their faults and improve their work by making mistakes because no one has done the same work before and they cannot develop their job without making mistakes.
I firmly agree with the statement that making a mistake is one of the best ways to learn. Firstly, making a mistake is the same as experiencing new situations and if you keep that situation in your mind, you can fix any similar circumstances in the future. For example, I was solving a difficult math problem as homework but not concerning a particular point. When I remembered it, I retained it in my mind and used it in the final exam. Secondly, making a mistake teaches you lessons. For instance, most entrepreneurs learn from their faults and improve their work by making mistakes because no one has done the same work before and they cannot develop their job without making mistakes.