1. Read the paragraph below. Then answer the question.
(1) Proms are one traditional part of the high-school experience that should be discontinued. (2) For one thing, proms are just too expensive. (3) Between the girl’s dress, the guy’s tuxedo, flowers, tickets, and probably dinner in a restaurant, it’ s way too much money for an average high-school couple to spend. (4) Rich parents, however, are glad to show off their wealth by supporting such expensive occasions. (5) Secondly, proms encourage destructive forms of social competition. (6) Teenagers get caught up in worrying about who has the best-looking date, who spends most on a dress, or who arrives in a rented limousine. (7) And finally, proms often turn into excuses for underage drinking-and-driving excursions. Which sentence is not relevant support for the argument that high-school proms should be discontinued?
a. Sentence 2