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1. I want to do volunteer work at the Han River. I want to pick up trash and make it clean/clear.

2. I want to volunteer at the Han River. I want to pick up trash from the river, and make it clean/clear.

(Would you check the English expressions? Correct errors, please. Do I have to sue 'clear' or 'clean?')

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  1. 1. clean.

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