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After school, your friend asks you to give him a lift home on your bike. What would you tell your friend? Why?

A: I would tell him that I couldn’t because there would be no room for him to sit upon the bicycle. However, I would also tell him that I wouldn’t because, in this way, I could reduce the risk of unintentionally injuring him.

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    Right.

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    Thank you.

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    You're welcome.

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