From what context can we draw the conclusion that the author received “satisfaction” from using his manual wheelchair?
"However, as I became older, I realized I couldn’t be too dependent on my electric wheelchair. ... I was determined to roll across the graduation stage in my manual wheelchair instead of the electric one. In order to practice, I began using my manual wheelchair daily at school."
This is a big moment for the writer. Since he has been making good preparations, how could he roll so “slowly”? I thought “calmly, steadily, quickly” would be a better word?
Even 'slowly' was a great achievement.
3. I thought usually people under the stage would deliberately stand to clap.
They'd bump their heads if they did.
People on the stage usually stand. Aren’t “on the stage”redundant or wrong?
At a graduation ceremony, there are often people sitting on chairs on the stage.
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