Grammar Excercise-Chavanillo

“If a primary caretaker has a negative attitude toward their child it increases the risk that they’re 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 because the children don’t learn appropriate techniques for handling lifes disappointments. If you aren’t raised with coping skills, your much to likely to act ‘inappropriately’ then if you have developed more reasonable approaches. The affect of poor parenting as reported by Dr. Geoffrey Dahmer in “The Bully Papers”, is that everyone gets the child they deserve. “

If primary caretakers have a negative attitude towards their child, they are going to end up being hostile to others. This children not only will be aggressive to others but because this children were raised by abusive parents they will end up hurting themselves. This negative behavior leads to not learning the appropriate techniques for handling life disappointments. If you are not raised with respect and love, you will act inappropriate. Dr. Geoffrey Dahmer reported “the effect of poor parenting” calling it “The Bully Papers”. Is a chance that everyone gets to have the child they deserve.

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1 Response to Grammar Excercise-Chavanillo

  1. davidbdale says:

    Some of the errors in your version result from your continuing language acquisition, Chavanillo.
    The plural “these” sounds very much like “this” when spoken by some language learners, but they do need to be distinguished in writing. THESE children, for example, or THESE parents, where the nouns are plural.

    You’ve introduced some new problems while revising the sentences, including the incorrectly placed period that should ALWAYS be inside the quotation marks.

    Try again, and let me know when you’ve made further revisions.
    Consult the Dreaded FFG list for help.


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