A. She worked in a supermarket for tuition.
B. She helped someone to learn to read.
C. She gave single mothers the help that they needed.
D. She went to a training program to help a volunteer.
A. She knew where the goods were in the supermarket.
B. She asked others to take her to the right place.
C. She managed to find the goods by their looks.
D. She remembered the names of the goods.
A. Marie benefited a lot from the practical lessons.
B. Marie was able to read stories with the help of her son.
C. Marie decided to continue her studies in school.
D. Marie found her lessons more challenging than her children's.