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"带坏了"如何表达? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2007-8-16 16:55:41 |Display all floors
Originally posted by 191844375 at 2007-8-16 03:32



haha i like the way you put it in literal and free translation!
good job



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You are sometimes angel, sometimes demon...

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Post time 2008-2-26 14:02:29 |Display all floors
don't play with the boy, it's not ggod for you

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Post time 2008-2-26 14:09:17 |Display all floors
play with...

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Post time 2008-2-26 14:30:30 |Display all floors
I prefer to use  "mislead"

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Post time 2008-2-26 15:56:01 |Display all floors

another

Hi:
How about "made bad"?

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Post time 2008-2-26 16:08:15 |Display all floors

more information I find

Bad Friends
Bad friends are every parent’s worst nightmare. We imagine only the worst: drugs, smoking, sex, trouble with the law. But what should parents do if they notice that their daughter is hanging out more with a kid whose values don't seem in sync with their own? Is there ever a time when you should forbid your son from being with a particular friend? Yes.

The bottom line on this one: It’s okay to have friends who are different from your child. Exposing our kids to diversity helps to broaden their horizons, learn new skills, and get along with others. Keep in mind that our kids are rarely “made bad” by another kid, but the friends our kids choose to hang around with sure can increase the odds that he may—or may not—get into trouble. The trick here is to figure out if the other kid’s values and lifestyle are really reckless, self-destructive or totally inappropriate and can damage your child’s character, reputation, or health.

Don’t be so quick to blame “the bad friends.” Remember, your kid is the one who chose them. So the real question is, what’s going on? Why is your kid inclined to hang out with this particular companion? The answer to that question is often a huge parent eye-opener and will also help you figure out your next move. Direct your concerns to where it really counts: how your kid acts instead of how the other kids behave.

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