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    Clark is offline Key Member
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    Default Big children - big problems

    Does the phrase above make sense in English?

    The idea is that when your children are little you have smaller problems with them than when they become older.

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    Charlie Bernstein is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: Big children - big problems

    Yes - it's very clear.

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