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English Reading Practice – Workers’ Rights
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Terry wants very much to get
job. He wants to earn
so that he can buy a car.
do not want him to get a job. They say they
him to focus on school. Terry knows that
is important, but he also really wants that
Terry does not tell them, but he applies
a job at a grocery store, and he
He waits until dinner to tell
the good news. They are not exactly excited.
Terry explains to them that he still cares
school, but that he also wants to work.
tells them that he is an adult and
he has the right to work and to
money of his own.
Finally, Terry's parents agree
support him as he goes to work for
Terry does very well at his
job at the grocery store. Within a few
, he is able to buy a car of
own! And when he drives it up his parents'
, they are quite proud of him.