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    sit well or sit properly.

    How do you tell a child when you want to say him sit well while eating or studying?

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    Re: sit well or sit properly.

    I use, "Sit properly, please" and "Sit up straight, please", or the commands, "Sit properly", Sit up", and "Sit straight."

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    Re: sit well or sit properly.

    Thanks Casiopea.

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    Re: sit well or sit properly.

    You're welcome.

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