Volunteers are people who offer help to others without expecting anything in return. It's ___1___ that people to choose to help others on their own will. However, what will happen if volunteering becomes a thing we must do? Those who take part in of service-learning programs in schools are frequently__2___ this question. Service-learning programs seek to develop students' awareness of social__3__ and help them find the role they can play in making communities better. Students have the _4___ to choose the setting and the type of community service work they want to do. Such a program exists in Ontario, Canada, where high school students are__5__ to complete forty hours of community service before they graduate. This requirement means students who do not complete the service are not_6_ to receive their graduation diploma. Many students are willing to participate. __7_, some students complain that they don't have time to do so much community service with their heavy academic workload. They are _8___ to do the service because they feel forced. Critics of the program also question the value of the service when the "volunteers" don't really want to do so. Despite the criticism, the results of volunteering learning are proved to be positive. The people being helped benefit a lot from it. __9__, the helpers find increases in measures of leadership and self-esteem because of the service-learning programs. From the case above, we can see helping others can make our__10___ better. Sometimes, people just need a push in the right direction to get started. Service-learning programs can provide the push and lay the foundation for a habit of helping. (A) responsibility (B) allowed (C) reluctant (D) normal (E) Besides (F) asked G) freedom (H) society (1) required (J) Nevertheless