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    Generalize

    The man had a bad experience with an English tutor, now he is afraied to hire a tutor in biology.
    Can I say ''He should not generalize his bad experience that he had with his English tutor to other tutors in biology''. How do you say in English?

    Thank you so much for your replay.

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    Re: Generalize

    Quote Originally Posted by arzgol View Post
    The man had a bad experience with an English tutor, now he is afraied to hire a tutor in biology.
    Can I say ''He should not generalize his bad experience that he had with his English tutor to other tutors in biology''. How do you say in English?

    Thank you so much for your replay.
    One suggestion:

    He should not allow his bad experience with his English tutor to negatively affect his decision to hire a biology tutor.

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