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15 Dec 2019

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How do you say this in English (US)? If you're doing something, and you know you're not being the best example for the kid you have in front, we say 「不要(跟著)學哦」to the kid in Chinese. Do you have a expression like that in either American or British English?

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How do you say this in English (US)? If you're doing something, and you know you're not being the best example for the kid you have in front, we say 「不要(跟著)學哦」to the kid in Chinese. Do you have a expression like that in either American or British English?
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