Radio announcer: This is a government announcement. An asteroid will travel very close to the Earth. It is possible that it will hit the Earth. Please do not go outside.
Arthur: What are we going to do, Helen?
Helen: Oh, no! I’m only 14. I haven’t even started my life! Barry, I’m scared.
Barry: Helen, don’t cry. I’m sure everything will be OK.
Joseph: Well, I want to go home.
Arthur: No, Joseph. The government advised us not to go outside. We should stay here.
Joseph: I’m going to phone my mum and dad. If this is my last day on Earth, I want to say“thank you”to my parents for everything they’ve done for me. Arthur, is the phone working?
Arthur: Yes, it is. Go on and use it, Joseph. I’m going to prepare a disaster survival kit. What shall I put in my survival kit, Barry?
Barry: Food, water and some medicine.
Helen: I’m going to make a list of everything I want to do with my life if the asteroid doesn’t hit the Earth.
Barry: That’s a good idea, Helen. I’m going to think of all the good things in my life and write them down.
Radio announcer: This is a government announcement. The asteroid is moving away from the Earth. It will not hit the Earth!