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12 December, 17:36

Read (part of) this letter written by a student to the principal of a school. Which two sentences support the student's argument concerning the school lunch policy?

A.) It is my belief that the lunch period at Mountain Vista High School is not long enough and should be lengthened.

B.) I have spoken with the school nurse about this issue, and she says that eating too quickly is a very unhealthy habit.

C.) In addition, the lunch period should be extended because it would give students additional time to study or finish homework.

D.) Those of us who take part in after-school activities or have jobs often don't get home until late in the evening.

E.) I truly hope that you take my arguments under consideration, Principal Corte.

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  1. 12 December, 19:31
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    I have spoken with the school nurse about this issue, and she says that eating too quickly is a very unhealthy habit and Those of us who take part in after-school activities or have jobs often don't get home until late in the evening support the student's argument concerning the school lunch policy.

    B.) I have spoken with the school nurse about this issue, and she says that eating too quickly is a very unhealthy habit.

    D.) Those of us who take part in after-school activities or have jobs often don't get home until late in the evening.

    Explanation:

    The inquiry pose for supporting contentions, both the sentences "It is my conviction that the lunch period at Mountain Vista High School isn't sufficiently long and ought to be stretched. And the lunch time frame ought to be broadened on the grounds that it would give understudies extra time to study or complete schoolwork." are not supporting contentions, they are the contention. So the above given choice support the student's argument concerning the school lunch policy.
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