Make: Xiǎoshí, nǐ zhīdào nà shì shénme ma?
Xiǎoshí: Ō, nà shì ràng dàjiā zìyóu juānzèng shíwù gěi xūyào de rén.
Make: Xūyào shíwù de rén huì zìjǐ lái ná ma?
Xiǎoshí: Búshì de, chāoshì huì xiān zhěnglǐ hàn fēnlèi yǐhòu, zài fēnpèi gěi xūyào de rén.
Make: En, zài Měiguó, wǒmen yěyǒu lèisì de dìfāng jiào `shíwù yínháng’.
Xiǎoshí: Shì a! Zài Táiwān, chúle gèrén juānzèng, hěnduō liàngfàn diàn yě huì juānzèng shíwù ō.
Make: Yǒuxiē bǎocún xiàoqí bǐjiào duǎn de shíwù, rúguǒ jíshí sòngchū jiù búpà làngfèi le.
Mark: Xiaoshi, do you know what that is?
Xiaoshi: Oh, that allows everyone to freely donate food to those in need.
Mark: Will people who need food come and get it themselves?
Xiaoshi: No, the supermarket will organize and classify them first and then distribute them to those in need.
Mark: Well, in the United States, we have similar places called “food banks.”
Xiaoshi: Yes! In Taiwan, in addition to individual donations, many hypermarkets also donate food.
Mark: Some foods with a relatively short shelf life can be distributed immediately to avoid waste.
Xiaoshi: Yes, making efficient use of resources is also a way to care for the Earth!
. 捐贈(juānzèng ) to donate
2. 整理 (zhěnglǐ) to tide up
3. 分類 (fēnlèi) classification
4. 類似 (lèisì) similar
5. 保存 (bǎocún) to save
6. 效期(xiàoqí ) expiration date
7. 即時 (jíshí) immediate
8. 愛護 (àihù) to care
9. 方式 (fāngshì ) method, way
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