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From the Ted Talk "Jim Yong Kim: Doesn't everyone deserve a chance at a good life?"

Unscramble the Blue Letters

Now, we came back. First we went to Dallas. My father did his dental degree all over again. And then we ended up moving to Iowa, of all places. We grew up in Iowa. And in Iowa, we went through the whole course. I went to high school, I went to college. And then one day, something that I'll never forget, my rtafhe picked me up after my sophomore year in college, and he was rgnivid me meho, and he said, "Jim, what are your aspirations? What do you want to study? What do you want to do?" And I said, "Dad," — My mother actually was a philosopher, and had fdiell us with ideas about protest and social justice, and I said, "Dad, I'm going to study political science and philosophy, and I'm going to become part of a political movement." My father, the eraonk stiednt, slowly pulled the car over to the ides of the road —

Open Cloze

Now, we came back. First we went to Dallas. My father did his dental degree all over again. And then we ended up moving to Iowa, of all places. We grew up in Iowa. And in Iowa, we went through the whole course. I went to high school, I went to college. And then one day, something that I'll never forget, my ______ picked me up after my sophomore year in college, and he was _______ me ____, and he said, "Jim, what are your aspirations? What do you want to study? What do you want to do?" And I said, "Dad," — My mother actually was a philosopher, and had ______ us with ideas about protest and social justice, and I said, "Dad, I'm going to study political science and philosophy, and I'm going to become part of a political movement." My father, the ______ _______, slowly pulled the car over to the ____ of the road —

Solution

  1. driving
  2. father
  3. dentist
  4. home
  5. korean
  6. side
  7. filled

Original Text

Now, we came back. First we went to Dallas. My father did his dental degree all over again. And then we ended up moving to Iowa, of all places. We grew up in Iowa. And in Iowa, we went through the whole course. I went to high school, I went to college. And then one day, something that I'll never forget, my father picked me up after my sophomore year in college, and he was driving me home, and he said, "Jim, what are your aspirations? What do you want to study? What do you want to do?" And I said, "Dad," — My mother actually was a philosopher, and had filled us with ideas about protest and social justice, and I said, "Dad, I'm going to study political science and philosophy, and I'm going to become part of a political movement." My father, the Korean dentist, slowly pulled the car over to the side of the road —

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Important Words

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