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Parents - Take Note

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Bribe Your Children

Parents, you might try an exercise out on your children. Bribe them. Put a $10 bill on the breakfast table and challenge them to make it through a second helping of waffles without using the tobelike verb and without misusing the like word. Up it to $100. Your money’s safe.

Then have your children read this entire discussion. And have them read the grammatical analysis of the “like” word. Read on.

Please continue reading ….

 

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