English 12 Say No to Torture

English 12 Say No to Torture - Pledge of Allegiance stuck...

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David Park English 12 Say No to Torture Vocabulary 1. To justify something means to defend something. They are related because they both are defending for their causes. 2. Sacrifice giving up one’s life for a cause or a person. They are related because if one is holy the sacrifice something for God. 3. Extract means to get something with effort, skill, force and obtain is to get something with no effort and just given to you. Responding to Words in Context 1. What it means to have something drilled into you is like having information in your head and you are not able to forget that information. That children all around the US have the
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Unformatted text preview: Pledge of Allegiance stuck in their heads. 2. Poignant means keen or strong in mental appeal. She distinguishes poignancy from logic because they differ. 3. Enemies and this choice affect her argument to make it strong and more comprehendible. Discussing Main Point and Meaning 1. He is saying that torture cant be justified but it is understandable that is main argument. He backs them up with facts and events that happened. 2. He mentioned its once at the end. He puts uses it as a moral principle that basically people should follow....
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