PLEASE HELP I NEED TO FINISH IT TODAY. FROM SERENA WILLIAMS’ CATSUIT CONTROVERSY EVOKES THE BATTLE OVER WOMEN WEARING SHORTS. NO
LINKS PLEASE Which sentence best describes the author’s opinion of women’s athletic dress codes?
A. Women athletes should conform to society’s fashion expectations.
B. Sports is the one area where women should not be judged for what they wear.
C. Criticism of women’s athletic fashion does not stop eventual progress and
D. Men use harsh dress codes to ensure they don’t have to compete against
2. How does the author’s inclusion of a sportswriter’s comments contribute to the text?
A. They help readers understand the logic behind certain dress codes in sports.
B. They highlight how absurd people’s criticism of women’s appearances and dress
C. They emphasize how male and female athletes are criticized for what they wear
D. They show how people's views about women’s fashion in sports have largely
remained the same.
3. What does the author’s inclusion of the detail that “Stade Roland Garros ... has a court
named after [Suzanne] Lenglen” (Paragraph 3) convey about the future of the dress code
A. Eventually women will accept the rules of the past.
B. Eventually women will be remembered for their abilities.
C. Women’s legacies will always be about their appearance.
D. Women will give up the fight to wear what they wish while playing sports.
4. What does the phrase “country club muckety mucks” (Paragraph 9) convey about the
author’s view of the people who created dress codes banning shorts?
A. She views them as snobbish.
B. She views them as cooperative.
C. She views them as insignificant.
D. She views them as sophisticated.
5. What does paragraph 19 reveal about the author’s perspective on the future of female
A. Change and progress will happen in spite of opposition.
B. Change and progress will halt due to the outcry of opponents.
C. Change and progress will damage the future of female athletics.
D. Change and progress will become too extreme for people to accept.
Which term best describes the author’s tone in paragraph 8?
7. Which piece of evidence best illustrates the author’s critical tone?
A. “It seems the old guard had been worn down — or simply died off.” (Paragraph 14)
B. “While some husbands may have skipped the stern lectures, it took three more
decades for shorts to fully reach widespread acceptance.” (Paragraph 16)
C. “Time and again, the powers-that-be in tennis push back on immodesty, and the
players push forward towards personal choice and — dare we say — personal
style.” (Paragraph 17)
D. “In the big picture, he won't do anything to stop the crawl of social change.”
8. How does the author use examples, word choice, and tone to persuade readers of her
point of view?
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