Not Satisfied with School Canteen Food

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TASK 4:
You are not most satisfied with the food provided at your school canteen and would like to convince your principal or the school management to change the vendors or the food sold at the canteen. Imagine that you have been granted an interview with the principal. Prepare a speech to express your opinions to the principal.

SPEECH:
Introduction:
Good morning principal. Today, I would like to raise an issue on the food in our school’s canteen. I have been in this school for 6 years and the food was delicious, however, recently, I have noticed some flaws in our school’s food system. Prices Too High:

Firstly, I would like to bring up the issue of the food being too expensive for many children to afford. When I accompany my mother to shopping trips outside, and have noted that the food outside are much cheaper than the food sold in Nan Hua although they were the same. As supermarkets like “Sheng Siong” are big companies and our school is only a small school, it is expected that the prices in the markets should be cheaper than that in our school. However, I find the prices in our school really very outrageous. For example, once when I was in a supermarket, I saw a particular snack that our school sold. The price was S$0.80 for 5 packets, however in our school the price was S$0.40 for each packet. Another example is the cheese sausage sold at the “Chinese Cuisine” store. The price was S$1.00 for one sausage while outside, it was sold as 5 in a packet for S$2.50. The prices are outrageous in our school! S$1.00 is the Primary Ones and Twos‘ pocket money for a day and they could not possibly spent all their money on one sausage!

Bad Attitude To Children:
The second issue is our school vendors’ attitude. Being in Primary Six, I seldom encountered someone scolding me or trying to cheat me of my money. However, I do often see lower primary pupils, especially the Primary Ones and Twos, being have to bear the vendor’s temper when he or she was...
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