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Wearing Jeans in School English ACT

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  • Q1
    31. Given that all of the choices are true, which one would best illustrate the term dress code as it is used in this sentencce?
    D. clothing that is permitted in some schools today.
    B. clothing that was inappropriate
    A. NO CHNAGE
    C. clothing, including sandals, bell-bottom pants, and "dungarees" (blue jeans)
    30s
  • Q2
    32. inefficient toward
    H. blow off
    J. lax and indifferent toward
    G. lazy and bored to tears with
    F. NO CHANGE
    30s
  • Q3
    33. Given that all of the choices are true, which one would most effectively introduce the main idea of this paragraph?
    B. The principal said dungarees and blue jeans were the same thing, so Kevin should have known better.
    D. These events occurred in a time of social unrest, and emotions were running high.
    A. NO CHANGE
    C. If Kevin's jeans had been dirty and torn, the principal might have been justified in expelling him.
    30s
  • Q4
    34. Court of New Hampshire;
    G. Court, of New Hampshire
    J. Court of New Hampshire,
    F. NO CHANGE
    H. Court of New Hampshire
    30s
  • Q5
    35. for wearing
    A. NO CHANGE
    B. of wearing
    C. to wear
    D. wearing
    30s
  • Q6
    36. court noted, however
    H. court, noted however,
    G. court noted, however,
    F. NO CHANGE
    J. court noted however,
    30s
  • Q7
    37. process, which is guided by authority figures.
    B. process, which has undergone changes since the 1970's
    A. NO CHANGE
    C. process, a process we all know well.
    D. process.
    30s
  • Q8
    38. it's
    J. ones
    G. they're
    F. NO CHANGE
    H. its
    30s
  • Q9
    39. that
    A. NO CHANGE
    B. where
    D. in which
    C. which
    30s
  • Q10
    40. therefore,
    H. moreover,
    F. No Change
    J. however,
    G. thus,
    30s
  • Q11
    41. when wearing
    B. by wearing
    D. having worn
    C. wearing
    A. NO CHANGE
    30s
  • Q12
    42. Which choice would most effectively open this paragraph and convey the importance of this case?
    J. All in all, clothing is an important part of our identity.
    G. Therefore, Kevin's case reminds us that you should stand up for your rights, no matter how old you are.
    H. The case for personal liberty means the right to speak up must be taken seriously by the courts.
    F. NO CHANGE
    30s
  • Q13
    43. review, of students' rights
    C. review of students' rights
    D. review of students' rights,
    A. NO CHANGE
    B. review, of students rights,
    30s
  • Q14
    44. in
    J. about
    G. on
    F. NO CHANGE
    H. with
    30s
  • Q15
    45. Suppose the writer's goal had been to write a brief persuasive essay urging students to exercise their constitutional rights. Would this essay fulfill that goal?
    D. No, because the essay objectively reports on one case of a student exercising a particular constitutional right.
    C. No, because the essay suggests that the right to wear blue jeans was not a substantial constitutional right in the 1970's.
    A. Yes, because the essay focuses on how Kevin encouraged other students to exercise their constitutional rights.
    B. Yes, because the essay focuses on various types of clothing historically worn by students as a freedom of expression.
    30s

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