Grammar Exercise- Nina

If a primary caregiver has a negative attitude toward their child, it increases the risk that their child will grow up hostile towards others. And its not just aggression toward others that results from child abuse. A large amount of children raised by abusive parents also harm themselves. The reason for this negative behavior is caused by children who don’t learn appropriate techniques for handling life’s disappointments. If someone aren’t raised with coping skills, they’re more likely to act “inappropriately” than if they were to develop more reasonable approaches. The effect of poor parenting as reported by Dr. Geoffrey Dahmer in “The Bully Papers”, is that everyone gets the child they deserve.

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1 Response to Grammar Exercise- Nina

  1. davidbdale says:

    Your PRIMARY CAREGIVER is singular, Nina, while THEIR CHILD is plural, an illegal disagreement of number. One has to change. There can never be an AMOUNT of children because they’re not sold by the pound; they’re sold by NUMBER. We don’t talk about YOU, so YOU shouldn’t talk about YOU either. Negative behavior is caused by not listening, but the REASON is not caused by anything. THAN, not THEN, is the word for comparisons, and EVERYONE is singular, so this is the child everyone gets, but THEY is plural.

    Fix and let me know? These are critical grammar lessons.

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