- aMama, shall I put all of the old things in the box?
- bNot all things are useful. It's up to you. If you think it isn't of much use, you may throw them out.
- aOK, but it seems it's not easy for me. Many of them remind me of my childhood. I feel myself unable to throw them away.
- bCome on. Go ahead, little girl. Be off with the old, on with the new.
- aDo as you like. Keep something that has memory for you and something decorates out new house.
- bOh, my God. It's unfair, Mom. May's job is just to tidy up the bookcase but I must clean up all the dirty things. We haven't used them for so long time. They are so dirty.
- aYes, you are a superman, so we arrange something that is just suitable for a man like you.
- bThere are so many things to do! It's a pity that I can't be in two places at once.
- aNever mind. You may want to do it faster or we will not be able to finish the moving in two days. But if we had a maid to clean the windows, it would be much better.
- bA maid? And clean the glass of a high building? Isn't the Spiderman?
- aSpiderman works on the glass outside, and we just have to clean them from the inside. That's OK. And I told you I had called this room with the balcony.
- bOh, come on. Nobody was there to see you call it!
- aUr, Mom, what should I do about the old newspaper? Nobody ever read them. And some of them were older than Daniel.
- bReally? I'll have a look.
- aYou may sell them for some money, and share the money equally between you two. That would be your income for today.
- bOh, Mom, it's mean of you to allow us with little money.