①There are many sports in the world. For example, soccer, baseball, basketball, and so on. And I like soccer. Because soccer is the most popular sport in the world. But I am not good at soccer. So I want to be good at soccer.
The characteristic seen in "①There are many sports in the world." is the tendency to begin a composition with a statement that is irritatingly obvious. Everyone already knows that "there are many sports in the world," and it is hard to imagine what sort of reader might actually need to be given this particular piece of "information."