1、—It's raining so heavily outside. I'm terribly anxious about my son's safety.
A. Well. He is a good boy.
B. Yes, it is. It will rain tomorrow.
C. Don't worry about him. He will come back safe and sound.
2、—Our son has picked up some bad habits recently, and I am really worried about
A. Yes, they have some bad habits.
B. Cheer up. I believe he will overcome it.
C. Well, he likes picking things up when he is out.
3、We often compare children ______ flowers.
4、Young people ______ 62% of University teaching staff.
5、 Lily is a good student except ________ she is a little bit careless.
Stopping Yelling At Your Kids
Parenting is hard. If you're a parent, I'm sure that I don't need to tell you that our job
is a tough one. When you're managing children, it can be difficult to remember that
they are still learning. If you find you are yelling at your kids more often than you
want to, here are some ways that can help you reduce the yelling. I've been working
on this for the past few months and I have to say, it's been amazing for both the kids
If you are having an argument with your child, you need to make sure you both take
the time to really listen. It gives both of you time to think and really listen to each
other, which is important. Kids are more likely to listen to you if you listen to them!
One of your biggest struggles is to remind yourself of appropriate expectations. You
can't expect that your youngest acts as responsibly as your oldest. You should lower
what you expect – taking into consideration things like their age – it can make a big
You should do your best to take a moment before yelling and take in a deep breath.
It makes a world