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Reading 1 After I read the book, I realized that

When I was in junior high school, I was science is useful for human kind. By studying,
not a very diligent student. In fact, I was quite we can discover things that can help human
lazy. I hated all the subjects that I took during kind. Therefore, since that moment, I managed
school, especially science. For me science was to change my behavior and became a doctor.
very difficult. It was hard for me to remember Questions!
the chemical processes, physics calculations, 1. When did the story take place?
and biological processes. 2. Was the writer a diligent student?
Once, my teacher grounded me in the 3. What lessons did the writer hate?
library because I did not do my Biology 4. What was the title of the book that the writer
homework. The teacher asked me to read read?
several books and make a summary about 5. Who were mentioned in the book? Who were
them. When I was browsing the shelves, I found they?
a book entitled The inventors of Medicine. I love heart rushing unknown
thought OK, this is a start. I took it out then such mouth word swallowed
began reading it. learn hold easy whisper
I learned from the book about Edward single sigh hollow mine
Jenner. He was an English doctor who found the
cure for smallpox. The next one was Louis
"Sweet Nothing"
Pasteur. His interest in bacteria led him to
discover the treatments for rabies and anthrax.
You took my _______ and you held it in your _______
Just like Pasteur, Robert Kochs experiments on And with a _______ all my love came _______ out
bacteria also proved that tuberculosis can be
spread to others by contact. Finally, there was *** And every _______ , it's the worst,
Alexander Flemming, a British bacteriologist Emptied out by a _______ word
who found the first antibiotic and penicillin. There is a _______ in me now
After I read the book, I realized that
science is useful for human kind. By studying, So I put my faith in something _______
we can discover things that can help human I'm living on such sweet nothing
kind. Therefore, since that moment, I managed But I'm tired of hope with nothing to _______
to change my behavior and became a doctor. I'm living on such sweet nothing
Questions! And it's hard to _______ - And it's hard to _______
1. When did the story take place? When you're giving me such sweet nothing
2. Was the writer a diligent student?
Sweet nothing, sweet nothing
3. What lessons did the writer hate?
4. What was the title of the book that the writer
You're giving me _______ sweet nothing
read?
5. Who were mentioned in the book? Who were It isn't _______ for me to let it go
they? Cause I've _______ every single word
And every whisper, every _______
Eats away this heart of _______
And there is a hollow in me now
Reading 1 Back to ***
When I was in junior high school, I was
not a very diligent student. In fact, I was quite
lazy. I hated all the subjects that I took during
school, especially science. For me science was
very difficult. It was hard for me to remember
the chemical processes, physics calculations,
and biological processes. love heart rushing unknown
Once, my teacher grounded me in the such mouth word swallowed
library because I did not do my Biology learn hold easy whisper
homework. The teacher asked me to read single sigh hollow mine
several books and make a summary about
them. When I was browsing the shelves, I found "Sweet Nothing"
a book entitled The inventors of Medicine. I
You took my _______ and you held it in your _______
thought OK, this is a start. I took it out then
began reading it.
And with a _______ all my love came _______ out
I learned from the book about Edward
Jenner. He was an English doctor who found the *** And every _______ , it's the worst,
cure for smallpox. The next one was Louis Emptied out by a _______ word
Pasteur. His interest in bacteria led him to There is a _______ in me now
discover the treatments for rabies and anthrax.
Just like Pasteur, Robert Kochs experiments on So I put my faith in something _______
bacteria also proved that tuberculosis can be I'm living on such sweet nothing
spread to others by contact. Finally, there was But I'm tired of hope with nothing to _______
Alexander Flemming, a British bacteriologist I'm living on such sweet nothing
who found the first antibiotic and penicillin. And it's hard to _______ - And it's hard to _______
When you're giving me such sweet nothing Cause I've _______ every single word
Sweet nothing, sweet nothing And every whisper, every _______
You're giving me _______ sweet nothing Eats away this heart of _______
And there is a hollow in me now
It isn't _______ for me to let it go Back to ***