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    2. it means limitless

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    2. Unconditional means they will love you no matter what and conditional means that there are some thing that you can do that will make them stop loving you

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    2. It just depends on which sentence structure its used in E.g Her love is unconditional E.g She loves her dog unconditionally

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    2. @roopaarya123 Jis men shart na ho..

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    2. We all need to realize, especially teachers and parents, that not all disabilities are visible. My parents never understood me. They forced me to speak, study, and *be normal*. If you are a mother or father, I would like you to know that being different doesn't mean your child is a "failure" or "broken". The singer Meghan Trainor sings "Everybody's born to be different, that's the one thing that makes us the same." I love this phrase. This opened my eyes. People often say that everyone is different, and it's okay. On the other hand, she sings that everyone is different, and it's "the one thing" that we all have in common, which I totally agree with! Having disabilities is normal. I mean, who doesn't have disabilities? Please think about yourself. Do you have an anger issue? Do you have to wash your clothes every single day? (It's me.) Do you hate loud sounds such as a train or people yelling? Do you become sad or lonely out of the blue? Do you have a hard time doing something or saying something? In my opinion, we all have some kind of disability. Why can't your child have one or two or more of them? Didn't you become a mother or a father, wanting to always be there for your children and on their side? Currently, I'm teaching at a small private school. I see a few children who seem different from the other students. The sad thing is, their parents don't seem to notice or they try to ignore the signs. When they misbehave or make certain mistakes, it's a great hint from your child that they need your support. Notice and accept it, support and love them unconditionally, because this is what's best for your child. Especially your unconditional love. Having disabilities is not a problem. Having a child that is misunderstood, mistreated, unaccepted, and feeling unloved and confused, is a huge problem. If ignored, these will become your children's life long untreatable *disabilities*. Please be careful, there is a huge difference between an undisciplined child and one who is unable to control it. Please do not hesitate to get support. Please do not worry about what other people think. Please have the courage to accept your child/children. As a teacher, these are the things I hope for.

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    2. Writing No. 3 (Goal: 10) I love animals that give unconditional love to humans. I used to have two poodles for more than 10 years. I felt happy whenever I touched their hair, smelt their skin. Having lived with them, I discovered that they had lots of emotions like humans - happiness, sadness, eagerness, etc. I felt so sad when they died. I always have a strong desire to have an animal, but I’m not allowed to do that now under the rules of the house. If I‘d had an opportunity to take an animal, it would’ve been a cat. I have encountered many cats on the streets. I also have said ‘hello’ to a cat by saying ‘Meow’ :)k

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    2. I started mumbling to myself when I was little. I was aware, inside, what was going on, and what people were talking about. I just needed to know how to put words together so I could talk to people. I fully started speaking when I turned 10, if I remember correctly. I imitated the sounds of people speaking. Personally, being in the ocean, and animals have helped me a lot. Relaxing in the water, and hearing the waves made me relax. Animals showed me unconditional love and let me speak to them naturally. I believe that nonverbal autistic people's improvement depends on the person. I also think that if you believe in your child, and keep showing them how much you love them, and keep talking to them, they with show their love back to you. the sentence is understandable, just a bit hard to give context. You used a lot of of present tense instead of past tense, but you are still learning, and tense is hard, so you did well in giving the main idea. I really hope that I don't sound mean. I'm probably worse in trying to speak japanese, so....

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    2. ​‎What a lovely movie Alita was! While watching the movie, from the beginning I felt a different kind of love which I have never felt before, in real life or even in movies. What brought tears to my eyes and melted my heart is the way she pulled out her pure heart from her adorable little body and convinced him to take it. Never have I ever seen such divine and unconditional love for someone, nor will I ever expect such a thing from any girl in the entire universe. That's why she goes by the name "Alita Battle Angel". She's an angel in the form of cyborg. If I ever found a girl like her, I would love her to the moon and back and sacrifice my entire soul for her, and If I ever got asked the question 'what are the qualities of the most perfect girl?', I would name Alita as the model of perfection. —Well-written!

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