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A、TheinformationaboutpricescanbefoundontheInternetanytime
B、YoucouldconsulttheprofessionalsofthecompanyonSundays
C、Youwillbeofferedsometrainingbythecompanyifyouareoutofwork
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Now the very same thing is true to literature(文学). And the question, "How shall I begin?" only means that you want to begin at the head instead of beginning at the tail or somewhere else. That is, you are not yet experienced(有经验的) enough to trust to your own powers. When you become more experienced you will

never ask the question, and I think that you will often begin at the tail --that is to say, you will write the end of the story before you have even thought of the beginning.

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B. the artist began to draw at the tail of the horse

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