Who gets the seat?

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I THINK the man with crutches should get the seat ,because the woman with the child can stand for longer than the man with crutches and the old woman can still stand but the crutch man will struggle to stand

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  • Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ the BNC
    1 week, 2 days ago

    It's great to hear what you have to say on the activity from session one! Well done for giving reasons for your decision. The best way to have quality conversations on the Hub is to read a post and reply to other students in the comments section. Please only write a new post if you have a brand new idea for a conversation that hasn't come up before. I look forward to seeing what other ideas you have!

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  • St-Edwards-logo-250x250.jpg congenial_theory
    St Edward's Catholic Primary School1 week, 2 days ago

    I think the pregnant lady should get the seat because it is really important that the baby does not get hurt or more. If she mostly stands then at any point the bus will turn and she will hit the corner or anywhere around the bus + her baby will seriously get really injured. However, the man whith the crouches is making to much pressure on his leg so he really needs to have a seat to take care of his leg. More riskily the old lady should have the seat because she could have a back injurie or more. The fact is all of them should have a seat because all of them have a problem to sort out.

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  • Beverley-St-Nicholas-logo-250x250.jpg wonderful_argument
    Beverley St Nicholas Primary School1 week, 1 day ago

    Everyone should get a seat especially pregnant people and people in Africa who have to work everyday for money and they barely get enough money to afford water or food

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  • Beverley-St-Nicholas-logo-250x250.jpg free_tornado
    Beverley St Nicholas Primary School1 week, 1 day ago in reply to congenial_theory's comment

    I say you are right and they should get a seat because they are getting a hump on they belly and it is very heavy.

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  • St-Edwards-logo-250x250.jpg congenial_theory
    St Edward's Catholic Primary School1 week ago in reply to free_tornado's comment

    thank you for understanding my comment

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