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    2. it means that some people who are involved with the issue are trying to take an argument about children or teenagers and widen it's original intent to include young adults, also. for instance, children are not allowed to drive cars, because they're not mature or developed enough to handle it, and folks looking at statistics for driving accidents might argue that young adults should not be allowed to drive, either.

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    2. 发展资产 = 发展资产帮助孩子成长为有爱心,从事和负责任的成年人。发展资产包括内部的性格优势和承诺年轻人需要,以及他们从家庭,学校,组织和社区需要外部的支持和机会。 Developmental Assets include the internal character strengths and commitments young people need as well as the external supports and opportunities they need from their families, schools, organizations, and communities.

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    2. "I think my child has a developmental disorder. All of his teachers say that he is scoring lower than the other kids."

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    2. Sorry I couldn’t answer earlier but here you go !

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    2. Do you mean “in prior-to-school settings”? That sounds very academic. 🙂 Also “the developmental”.

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    2. It’s really good, but here are some changes to make it sound more natural: In many countries children are engaged in some kind of paid work. Some people regard this as morally wrong. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion? Child labor has become one of the concerning issues for many governments all over the world. Some experts have recommended that this would be a great opportunity to gain knowledge and skills for adult life. However, for ethical and developmental reasons, the drawbacks far outweigh the benefits. To begin with, the employment of children could have some ethical problems. In spite of receiving some funds for working, children are exploited in some countries. As children are often used in agriculture and factory, they do repetitive jobs for very low pay on a full-time basis. A good example of this situation is Nike, which has been accused for using children for its soccer ball production, although both the US and Pakistan establish and police legislation against child labor. Another widely known child exploitation is India, who has also become the world capital of child labor over last decade. Next, the development of children could be influenced negatively. The social development would be impacted as children who suffer exploitation do not spend much time with others their age or with family members. As a consequence, this results in insecure adult and other emotional problems, including depression and stress. With regard to physical effects, these children are at higher risk for developmental delays due to dangerous working conditions and from taking on physical tasks, which exceed their capacities. For example, they are exposed to harmful chemicals, leading to other serious health and mental illnesses later in their lives. To conclusion, immorality and severe health problem for the young generations are two major drawbacks of child labor. It is strongly recommended that governments should either prohibit the employment of children or police their laws effectively.

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    2. My son has a developmental disorder so ABC school would be good for him, as it has a "free" environment.

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    2. ‎The Japanese government should [oblige] a developmental disorder examination to elementary school students.

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    2. Today I’m going to talk about the following notion: the idea of progress. First of all, I would like to define what progress means to me. The definition that I would give it is that progress is the idea that the world can become better thanks to the evolution of science, technology, and as a result of this, quality of life. In my view, the most interesting, pleasing and positive manifestation of progress is robots. As far as I’m concerned, I strongly support the fact that robots will change our lives in the future. Indeed, they are machine-controlled by a computer that is used to perform a complex series of actions automatically. The reason why I feel pleased with the introduction of robots into our society is that it could have a beneficial impact on my entourage. Let’s take my mother, for example. She is a night nurse, and during the rest of the day she’s at home spending hours cleaning the house and preparing food for my father and I. She often complains about being tired and not ever having a second to get some rest. But now with the evolution of robots, some will be able to help with these chores, and could therefore allow her to relax. Under this category falls autonomous vacuum cleaners and washing machines. Now I would like to talk about Leka. The Leka smart toy is a robot who helps children affected by autism and other developmental disabilities be able to learn and communicate with others better. When I was in primary school, I had a friend with autism who was 5 years older than me and we shared the same hobbies. However, through the years, I began to become more interested in other things and we drifted apart. I think that robots like Leka could allow them to keep loyal friends, make sure that they don’t end up only knowing the feeling of abandonment, and help them grow at their own pace. Finally, robots can help with risky jobs such as underground or mine work, but also in the medical field. There is a robot named Robodoc that is able to perform hip surgery without the help of an actual surgeon. I think that many people agree with me about the fact that robots improve our quality of life. They help us progress, save lives, and allow us to have better accuracy. However, it is true that some people disagree with the introduction of robots into our lives. They believe that it can be dangerous, which does hold some truth. As Isaac Asimov said, we must impose rules to avoid Hollywood scenarios such as ‘The Terminator’. There are also people who are upset about robots potentially replacing many of the jobs in our society. However, these people seem to forget that even if some jobs do in fact disappear, a lot of new jobs will come onto the scene. Each robot will need a human capable of repairing and improving it, and thus new employment opportunities are developed.

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    2. "New Techs" is a bit unnatural, you'd be better off saying "new/modern tech(nology)" "In the evening..." "...during dinner." "...don't you listen to the news on the radio?" "...a lot of accidents caused by new tech(nology).»" "...a lot of improvements!» replied Riley." "Robots could allow them to make a loyal friend, to make sure..." "...there are humans whose jobs consist of helping these children. I think robots like Leka get rid of (delete sounds weird here) these jobs." "«Daddy, that's right!..." *such "...replacing human relationships with artificial relationships.»" "outbid" doesn't make sense here, you could say "added" or something similar. "«You seem to read a lot of articles, didn't you see the one about the Japanese man who was married to a virtual wife?" *scornfully "...said Riley loudly..." "Tonight, Riley didn't succeed in convincing her parents..." "In turn, Riley's parents think they are too close-minded about this topic and will inquire again..."

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