Boy J: I hope to work outside.
Girl 1: You could help to clean up the city parks.
Boy 2: I'd like to help homeless people.
Girl 1: You could give out food at the food bank to help feed them.
Girl2: I want to cheer up sick kids.
Girl 1: You could ask hospitals to let you visit the kids.
Giri 1: I'd like to help kids with their schoolwork.
Girl2: You could volunteer in an after-school study program to teach kids.
Boy l: Now we need to come up with a plan to tell people about the city park clean-up.
Girl 1: Yeah, but I'm hungry Bob. Let's have lunch first.
Girl2: No, we need to start now. Clean-up Day is only two weeks from now.
Boy 2: You're right, Sally We can’t put off making a plan. As we talk, I'll write down all our ideas. Then we can decide which ideas are best.
Girl 1: Um... well... we could put up signs.
Boy 2: That's a good idea！
Girl2: Let's make some notices, too. Then I’ll hand them out after school.
Boy 1: OK. Great！ And we could each call up10 students and ask them to come.
Boy 2: Hey, we're coming up with a lot of good ideas, aren't we?
Man: This morning I’m talking with a very wonderful young man, Jimmy the Bike Boy. Good morning, Jimmy.
Jimmy: Good morning.
Man: So, Jimmy tell our listeners what you do.
Jimmy: Well, I find or buy old bikes that nobody wants. Then I fix up the bike sand give them away to kids who don't have enough money to buy their own bikes.
Man: That's fantastic. What gave you the idea?
Jimmy: I guess I take after my father. He loves to help people. He always volunteers to help people in need.
Man: Wow！Your parents must be proud of you.
Jimmy: I guess so. But now I've run out of money so I can't buy any more old bikes.
Man: Oh, that's too bad.
Jimmy: Yeah. I need to come up with some way of getting money or I'll have to stop.