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1. I want to do volunteer work at a nursing home.

2. I want to do volunteer work in a nursing home.

(Which preposition should we use? Are both OK?)

3. I want to do volunteer work at an orphanage because I want to take care of orphans who are helpless.

4. I want to do volunteer work at a nursing home because I want to take care of elderly people. I want to be of help to them.

5. I want to do volunteer work at a nursery school because I am interested in caring for little children. I want to play with them.

(Would you check the three passages? Correct errors, please.)

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  1. All five sentences are very good. Nice!

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