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To my children,

Hi, my children.

How is the world like right now? I hope you can protect the environment as much as possible. We plant trees now. In the future, green plants will bring us many benefits. In the hot summer, we can go to the big tree to enjoy the cool; when the wind is blowing, the leaves will block the dust; after a rain, the air will become extra fresh.

 

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