Two years ago, Jo acted as a teacher in Papua New Guinea. There was no electricity, water or textbooks in the school. When she knew that the students 61 (die) to learn chemistry. she tried to show 62 (they) chemistry experiments every week. Sometimes, she doubled whether chemistry was relevant 63 these students, because most of them would go back to their villages. Actually, they had no 64 (person) ambition. The local people had a hard life. Their hut was so dark that it took time for one’s eyes 65 (adjust). The only possessions 66 could be seen were one broom, a few tin plates and cups and a couple of jars. They didn’t speak much of the local English dialect. When 67 (sit) around, she loved listening to them softly talking to each other in their language. 68 (occupy) with teaching, she had no time for social 69 (activity). Instead, she often joined in their family party. She felt it was 70 privilege to spend a day with them.
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