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  1. beachboy's Avatar
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    #1

    impose/set limits/boundaries

    You canīt let your students do whatever they want. You have to impose (or set?) limits (or boundaries?)
    Are the four alternatives correct? Which one is more common in everyday English?

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    Re: impose/set limits/boundaries

    Quote Originally Posted by beachboy View Post
    You canīt let your students do whatever they want. You have to impose (or set?) limits (or boundaries?)
    Are the four alternatives correct? Which one is more common in everyday English?
    I would use "set limits".

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