After reading "the olympic swimmer," the reader can most likely conclude...
a. have fun competing against one another
b. make friends from all around the world
c. must show great commitment to training
d. often train by swimming in the ocean
6. which of the following universal truths is best supported by ideas in the olympic swimmer
a. practice makes perfect
b. winning comes at a price
c. the early bird catchs the worm
d. all work and not play makes jack a dull boy
The universal truth that is best supported by ideas in the Olympic swimmer choice A. It states that "practice makes perfect".
To become an Olympic Swimmer is a hard and difficult path. Like sprinting in individual competitions, there is a win by margin. Swimming just wants a lot of commitment to hard-working training. In the Olympic Swimmer, there are lines like, "Train and Strain to be the best", "Traverse the lane in record time" and "Hard work wins the Olympic race", which verifies it undoubtedly. For that reasons, the answers are C and A respectively.
these are the choices