Ireland will vote this week in a referendum on same-sex marriage which comes 22 years after the country decriminalised homosexuality.
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Listen and complete what the speakers say.
Speaker 1.The (reason) we're uhm, I suppose, (supporting) the "yes" vote is just so that people have (equality) and we should all be able to (marry) who we (love), I think, without distinction.
Speaker 2.I think it's a (basic) human (right), err, that everyone gets (treated) the same. I think that gay people, or (straight) people or whoever want should be able to (get) married to the (person) that they love.
Speaker 3.We're such an (active) generation when it comes to (protesting) and getting our (voice) heard and it feels (amazing) to be part of (history).