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VictoriaTeo(11) Clarified
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I am not sure of your stand... What do you mean by "taken advantage of this great responsibility"? And what are the 'two-fold' benefits?

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Is age a good judge of whether someone is ready to make their own decisions?

VictoriaTeo(11) Clarified
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I think you can use more specific evidence to explain your argument. What exactly are some decisions that teenagers usually dislike but parents love to decide for them?

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I wonder whether you expect parents to know everything. With the limited facts they have about teenagers' lives, is it strange that they just blame your inability to finish your homework on your poor time management?

VictoriaTeo(11) Clarified
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So what do you mean by this argument? What has this example of parents being bad role models have to do with the argument?

VictoriaTeo(11) Clarified
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Please provide an example to explain. What paths do parents usually 'force' teenagers to take?


Winning Position: No, they should not.

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