World Read Aloud Day is celebrated each year on the first Wednesday of March. It __1 __ (start) by was started the LitWorld. org in 2010 and has now reached 65 countries. __2 Its __ aim is to
encourage people worldwide who cannot read to enjoy the benefits of celebrate a book. Its website asks everyone to __3__ (celebrate) the day by taking a book, finding an audience, and reading out aloud. It is about taking action to show the world that the right to read and write __4__ belongs (belong) to all people.
? The website asks visitors to join in the movement to reduce __5 the __ number of illiterate (不识字的) absolutely people in the world. It is __6 __ (absolute) necessary to help those who cannot read. The website says, “It’s time to start by reading aloud to whoever __7 __ might like it. Share a book with a child who might need it, share a story with someone who would treasure it, listen patiently __8 to __ someone else’s story as they share with you.” The United Nations says, “Literacy involves a variety of learning in enabling individuals to achieve their goals, to develop their knowledge, __9 and __ to participate fully in society.” In that way, World difference Read Aloud Day does help make a __10__ (different)．
Our experience at the Children’s Medical Care Center was eyeopening. We saw a lot of children without hair due to their radioactive treatment. We played with them and taught them to draw pictures. The children, though suffering such great were__ (be) so friendly that it was much easier to pains, __1 interact with them than we __2__ had expected(expect)． One day, an incident deeply touched us. A girl suggested that she teach us how to fold paper. She taught us __3__ with great patience, explaining each step slowly and clearly. Though we could easily do that, we still pretended to know nothing about it. We followed her, step by step, doing everything she told us. Finally, when we finished our work a successfully __4_ _ (success), she gave each of us _ _5__ big hug. We could see the pride and happiness on her face. Her father was so thankful to us that he held our hands tightly, tears in that his eyes. And it was not until then __6_ _ we knew the girl would receive an operation the next day.
Many stories happened at the Center. It was really a valuable __7_ _ (value) experience to us all, enriching our life in a positive way. The children’s happy faces their and __8__ strong minds will stay with us forever. The days we spent at the Center inspired us boys to reflect (reflect) on many things. We began to reflect __9__ on how to deal with the difficulties in life, because mentioning our “troubles” seem not worth __ 10__ (mention) at all compared with what these innocent kids are going through.
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