Dear Ann Landers,
I have some problems with my mother. Although I am
already fifteen years old, my mom always treats me like a baby.
She decides everything for me. For example, she doesn’t let me
go out with my friends. I never stay out late, go to any parties, or
visit my friends’ houses. This makes me like an outsider at
school. Now she wants me to transfer to a music school because
she wants me to become a musician in the future.
I tell her to stop worrying about me, but she never listens. I
want to have the right to choose, but I am afraid to tell her about
my true feelings. What can I do?
【題組】27. From the reading, Worried Girl’s mom hopes her to_____.
(A) stop worrying about her mom.
(B) be a musician in the future.
(C) be an outsider in school.
(D) transfer to an art school.