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Swimming pools should be fenced to protect children from drowning, but

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Swimming pools should be fenced to protect children from drowning, but teaching children to swim is even more important. And there is a principle involved here that applies to childrearing generally. Thus, while we should restrict children’s access to the soft drinks and candies advertised on television shows directed towards children, it is even more important to teach them _______.

Which one of the following most logically completes the passage?

(A) that television can be a good source of accurate information about many things
(B) that television advertisements are deceptive and misleading
(C) how to make nutritional choices that are conducive to their well-being
(D) the importance of physical activity to health and well-being
(E) how to creatively entert

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Originally posted by patto on 09 Feb 2019, 11:26.
Last edited by Bunuel on 10 Feb 2019, 01:24, edited 1 time in total.
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(A) that television can be a good source of accurate information about many things
out of context incorrect
(B) that television advertisements are deceptive and misleading
too negative incorrect
(C) how to make nutritional choices that are conducive to their well-being
Correct
(D) the importance of physical activity to health and well-being
out of context no one talks about physical being incorrect
(E) how to creatively entert
out of context incorrect
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