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    Power, right, privilege and permission

    Dear teachers,

    I don't know whether I should use these Vocabularies in the following sentences:

    1. Junior teachers do not have enough privilege to know the administration work in the school.

    2. Junior teachers do not have enough permission to know the administration work in the school.

    3. Junior teachers do not have enough right to know the administration work in the school.

    4. Junior teachers do not have enough power to know the administration work in the school.

    Please help me, teachers.


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    Re: Power, right, privilege and permission

    Quote Originally Posted by kwfine View Post

    I don't know whether I should use these words in the following sentence:

    Kitty
    None of those words is appropriate in that sentence, Kitty.

    Junior teachers have a right to know about the work of their school's administration department.

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    Re: Power, right, privilege and permission

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    None of those words is appropriate in that sentence, Kitty.

    Junior teachers have a right to know about the work of their school's administration department.


    Thank you, Moderator.
    I would like to ask for any other words that close to the meanings of the words in the four sentences as above.
    Maybe I should not use Junior teachers as an example.
    Perhaps, the relationships between the Officers and the soldiers in an army.
    Somethings that discussed are supposed to be only known by the Officers,
    so the soldiers of lower ranks do not have (any suggested word to be put in between the parenthesis) to know.

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