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Could you please edit this passage for me. It is meant for Year 2 students. Thanks in advance.

Samuel is a taxi driver. He takes passengers to places they want to go.

He meets all kinds of passengers. Some are polite while others are rude. He also comes across honest and dishonest passengers. Sometimes he gives passengers the wrong change. Most of them will not return him the extra amount. Some honest passengers will return him the extra amount after telling him that he has given them the wrong change. If he returns them less, most of them will inform him that he has given them the wrong change. Some passengers leave behind mobile phones and other things. Samuel will hand them over to the police so that the things can be returned to the owners.
Samuel likes his job as a taxi driver because he likes to meet people and talk to them. He is proud of the fact that he knows almost all the areas in Singapore.
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Yoong LiatCould you please edit this passage for me. It is meant for Year 2 students. Thanks in advance.

Samuel is a taxi driver. He takes passengers to places they want to go.

He meets all kinds of passengers. Some are polite while others are rude. He also comes across honest and dishonest passengers. Sometimes he gives passengers the wrong too much change. Most of them will not return him the extra amount (to him). Some honest passengers will return him the extra amount after telling him if they notice that he has given them the wrong change/too much. If he returns gives them less too little, most of them passengers will inform him that he has given them the wrong change. Some passengers leave behind mobile phones and other things. Samuel will hand them over to the police so that the things can be returned to the owners.
Samuel likes his job as a taxi driver because he likes to meet people and talk to them. He is proud of the fact that he knows almost all the areas in Singapore.
I've made a few suggestions in the quote. A few of the shorter sentences could also be combined and you could also easily get rid of all the 'wills' in the text. (Personally, I find the usage excessive here.)
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Thanks, Amy, for editing the passage. I agree with you that there are too many 'wills'.