May 23, 2017

World Cup player stops to tie shoe for boy on crutches

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We’re back! Here is a story from The Huffington Post: an article that’s simple to read but probably easier to love.

 

Even heroes have to tie their shoes every now and then. But the most heroic? Well, they tie shoes for other people.

Australian football player Mark Bresciano lent his hands to a boy on crutches Friday after noticing the boy’s shoe had come untied. The boy had taken the field along with Bresciano during pre-game festivities but couldn’t reach his shoe.

 

Article by Ryan Grenoble
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What does it mean? Click and find out!

to tie (v) to attach or hold two or more things together using string, rope, etc
heroic (adj) showing extreme courage and admired by many people
to lend (v) to give or provide help, support, etc
crutch (n) one of two long sticks that you put under your arms to help you walk after you have injured your leg or foot
to reach (v) to stretch your hand towards something in order to touch it, pick it up, etc

 

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