McGraw-Hill Test 5 作文题目重新选题
Presently in the United States, it is illegal to intentionally disrupt many kinds of radio transmissions, including those for cellular telephone service. Organizations such as places of worship, public schools, and movie theaters, are calling for exceptions to be made to the law in cases where placing and receiving telephone calls has proven annoying to others.However, some people argue that they are entitled to the cellular service they pay for no matter where they may be, that telephone courtesy should remain a personal responsibility,and that cellular users rely on uninterrupted service in case of emergencies at work or at home.
In your opinion, should cellular signal disruptors be allowed in places where phone calls are perceived as annoying?
In your essay, take a position on this question. You may write about either one of the two points of view given, or you may present a different point of view on this question. Use specific reasons and examples to support your opinion.