I felt sympathy when you said that as you get to have the freedom to choose something in your life, there are always consequence that follows ur decision and you have to take responsibility upon your decision.
I strongly agree about how responsibility is a big part of our lives. My mom also thinks that way and says I’m responsible of all my things. I like all your examples of the responsibilities you have. Great job!
I think you are correct that responsibility is part a freedom. I think I learned many things from you, thank you telling ,e that responsibility is a part of a freedom.
I think you are correct that responsibility is part a freedom. I think I learned many things from you, thank you for telling me that responsibility is a part of a freedom.
Your podcast was a really strong piece. I agree that responsibility and freedom balances out. “No one is responsible for my freedom”. Your anecdotes really explained your point of view. Good job.
I liked how you said “I need to balance my freedom with responsibility.” Sharing your own thinking about your freedom. And telling us a small story too.
I like how you said you need to balance to freedom with responsibility. I can relate with you because my 5th grade teacher used to say this to us and whenever we talked to much in class or when our classmates got in a fight we wouldn’t be able to have party’s that we planned to do but thanks to you I think I learned what it truly meant. what freedom and responsibility have to do with each other in the real world
I really liked how you said that as you get older, you have more freedom, which also means you have more responsibility. I agree with this because I remember when I was in 4th grade and was allowed to walk to sea world by myself, I felt so proud and so mature but now it seems like it wasn’t a big deal at all.
I strongly agree with you, “no one is responsible for my freedom”. And I liked how you explained about responsibility with anecdotes when you were seven and now. Good job!
Thank you for sharing your podcast and I strongly believe that we have the responsibility to do something. And I liked the part where you said “Responsibility is the price of freedom” and “No one is responsible for my freedom”. We are responsible to our freedom and what we do. And also, I think you should edit the last part, it repeated. I really liked your podcast and nice job!
I think your podcast was cool. I like that you gave an example AND a quote. Also, I learnt something from it too, so thanks.
I enjoy the correlation you make between responsibility and freedom as a part of growing up.
I liked your overall podcast. I liked how you emphasize your main idea which is “Responsibility is freedom” by using repitition and reasoning. Also, I liked how you give your own opinion and as well as your own personal examples, so that it is more likely to touch people’s minds. I totally agree with you statement after I listened to you podcast, because I guess this was persuasive enough. Good job!
I really liked how throughout the piece you repeated that responsibility is the price of freedom, and talked about your memories to prove your point. I also liked how you used a quote in the beginning. Good job!
HI Yijoo, thank you for share your idea about the link between responsibility and freedom. I define tell agree that if you want to have freedom, responsibility is something you cannot avoid. Your anecdote makes your podcast more understandable, and connects it to the real life. Well done.
I enjoy how you talk about responsibly and freedom. But do we get more responsibility when we have more freedom? I think responsibility is something we should all have, especially when we are younger. We shouldn’t have too much freedom, but too little won’t help you either. Responsibilities will help you in the future, when you move on in life away from family, you will have all the same responsibilities as your parents have now. Freedom and responsibility, you showed both of these really well in this piece of writing.
I agree with you- responsibility is the price of freedom.
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