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Mr Brown threatened to raise the matter at the next meeting of the school’s parents association. ’ Teresa asked her friends while walking home from school. ’ asked Gloria. ‘Protested against uniforms, of course,’ she continued. ‘I think it was pretty brave. What do you think, Stephen? ’ They all laughed. ‘Personally,’ Alex added, ‘I don’t think I would do it. I think uniforms are good for students because when you think about it, some kids aren’t as well off as others and maybe don’t have the latest fashions.
C 2. We have freedom only if there are no rules imposed upon us. 3. We have freedom only if we can do what we want, provided that we do not impinge upon the freedom of others. 4. Freedom is a right. 5. We have a duty to uphold freedom. 3 – Meaning C Match the left column with the one on the right. Which of the usages means ‘freedom from constraints’ and which ones mean ‘freedom to do something’? How are they different? 1. The capacity to exercise choice A. She was given the freedom of their library facilities 2.
Mr Brown threatens to raise the matter at the next parents association meeting. Decide which of the following statements you agree or disagree with. Give reasons. 1. Sara Brown has a right to decide whether she wants to wear a uniform. 2. Sara’s father has a right to forbid his daughter to protest against uniforms. 3. Mr Neville should consider the rights of the students over those of the parents. 4. Mr Neville should consider the rights of the parents over those of the students. 5. The Department of Education should enforce regulations for school uniforms.
Distance Learning SparkCharts SparkNotes English Reference Series