This is a poster advertising a range of 家政 or 'home management' services - cleaners, cooks, carers and so on. I've attached a couple of extra larger images of it as I think the chunky text and somewhat blurry photo could present problems for anyone needing to look anything up by stroke order.
It's interesting to see which services are offered and how much they cost. Bear in mind that this is not what the actual worker gets paid, the agency will be taking a cut.
Today's questions, in more or less what I think is order of difficulty.
1) Who costs more to look after, the elderly or the ill?
2) You have 1000Y. Can you afford to have your cat looked after for a week and employ a cook for a month?
3) For a non-leap year February you want to have your kids taken to and from school, your chihuahua washed weekly, and someone to come in for two hours a day Monday to Friday to help around the house. How much will it cost?
4) Which, if any, of these services are for pregnant women?
5) How much would you want paid to offer the 挤肛门线 service?
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