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    Default take their newborns to learn English

    This seems to be written by a Korean, and doesn't it have to be corrected to "get their newborns to learn English"? I think "take" sounds awkward.

    46)In South Korea, it was popular for parents to take their newborns to learn English. Recently, itís fashionable to make babies learn yoga, philosophy, even walking. These inappropriate early lessons are not healthy for infants. After having too many lessons, many babies display autistic tendencies. Doctor Sun from the Alternative Mental Health Care Center in Seoul said: ď30~40% of mental health patients
    in Korea are infants. The main cause of this situation is too much early education imposed

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    Default Re: take their newborns to learn English

    Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
    This seems to be written by a Korean, and doesn't it have to be corrected to "get their newborns to learn English"? I think "take" sounds awkward.

    46)In South Korea, it was popular for parents to take their newborns to learn English. Recently, it’s fashionable to make babies learn yoga, philosophy, even walking. These inappropriate early lessons are not healthy for infants. After having too many lessons, many babies display autistic tendencies. Doctor Sun from the Alternative Mental Health Care Center in Seoul said: “30~40% of mental health patients
    in Korea are infants. The main cause of this situation is too much early education imposed
    If they take them to a place to learn, "take" is the appropriate word.

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