The following is a paragraph from a draft of a student's persuasive essay about transportation. It contains errors.
Another reason why you should not drive a car is, that it is bad for the environment. A report by National Geographic said, "Vehicles are bad, and you should feel bad if you drive one." In other words, driving a car isn't a good idea. You should feel bad if you drive a car. You should use public transit instead of driving a car. You should take the subway instead of driving a car. You should stay home instead of driving a car. I think this is a very important reason not to drive cars.
Q1: Which of the following issues weakens the argument made in this paragraph? (Select the most correct answer.) National Geographic is not a primary source for information about air pollution. The third sentence implies that pollution only affects Americans, not people from other countries.
The assertion made in the fourth sentence is not supported by the quote."I think" is not an appropriate phrase to use in the final sentence.
Q2: Which meaning of the word "潣灭潲業敳" is used in the second sentence? trade-off; sacrifice breach security or protocols
make worse; weakenaccept low standards
Q3: Which of the following excerpts from the paragraph contains a punctuation error? 畬杮挠湡散Ⱳ搠慥桴愠摮漠桴牥椠汬敮獳獥 "drive a car is, that it is bad" "National Geographic said, 'Vehicles are...'"
"a very important reason not to drive cars."