A: How long should we have to suffer this injustice?
B: It's our right to study without any distraction.
C: Yes, I agree with you. The polluted water in the pond near our school is threatening our future in this school.
D: Yeah, the stinking smell, the disease causing flies and the demoralizing atmosphere - all are responsible for our worries about the pond.
A: I have an idea to solve this problem.
B: Wow! What's it? Tell us more about it.
C: I am very curious to know how we as students can make our school life better.
D: I know A will come up with something wonderful so tell us what your plan is.
A: First let us ask our teachers and the Principal to clean the pond and then using chemicals,completely make the pond sterilised. Then we will stop the water which is polluting the pond and divert it.
A: Now how beautiful our school is!
B: Yeah, it's so nice to study and play in so clean and safe environment.
C:The pond water has become a natural habitat for fish and other aquatic creatures.
D:Thanks to our Biology and Chemistry teachers. They did a miracle.
A: Yesterday the smoke from the plastic fire made my eyes wet with tears.
B: Oh, it was horrible. I couldn't even keep my head straight.
C: I think if we had stayed a bit longer in the classroom when the plastic was burning we would have gone mad.
D: Thank God, our teacher took us all to the playground.
PA: Sir, some students have come to meet you. They are from Aiyathan school which is in Calicut.
Collector: Ask them to come in. I'm waiting.
Student leader: Sir, please help us. We can't suffer this any more. The burning of plastic outside our school is causing us grave health problems.
Collector: Don't worry. I'm with you. I will look into the whole issue. I promise.
A: Ha, What a relief! Now there won't be any plastic fires in future.
B: Yeah, we have nothing to worry.
C: Now we can all study well and enjoy our classes.
D:Let's thank our collector in our hearts for banning the plastic fires within the school premises.
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