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English Conversation Practice - Raising Money for a Field Trip
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SPEAK WITH SALLY
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MOM: "Sally, what are you doing?"
SALLY: "I'm making posters, Mom. Our school needs to raise money for a field trip."
MOM: "Why do you need to raise money?"
SALLY: "We want to go on an overnight camping trip and the school doesn't have enough money."
MOM: "How are you going to try to raise money?"
SALLY: "We are going to have a car wash."
MOM: "A car wash? Where and how?"
SALLY: "It's going to be at the school parking lot and the students and teachers are going to volunteer to wash cars for donations."
MOM: "That's a great idea! Can parents help, too?"
SALLY: "Sure! I'll let my teacher know."
MOM: "When is the car wash?"
SALLY: "Saturday at noon."
MOM: "What will the weather be like on Saturday?"
SALLY: "I don't know. I haven't checked."
MOM: "According to the weather report, it's going to be clear and sunny."
SALLY: "That's perfect weather for a car wash."
MOM: "How many posters are you going to make?"
SALLY: "As many as possible. Karen and Jane are coming over to help too."
MOM: "Where are you going to hang these posters?"
SALLY: "All over town. I hope many people see them."
1. Why does Sally's school need to raise money?
For more books
To repair a leaky roof
For an overnight field trip
To buy new art supplies
2. How are they going to raise money?
Have a car wash
Have a bake sale
Collect donations door-to-door
3. What is the weather going to be like on Saturday?
Clear and sunny
Rainy and windy
4. How many posters do Sally and her friends have to make?
As many as possible
1. For an overnight field trip
2. Have a car wash
3. Clear and sunny
4. As many as possible
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