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    scold their children

    What do you think is the difference between "scold" and "rebuke"?

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    ex)Most parents scold their children when they tell lies, but all children grow up to become liars anyway. This is because being able to tell a good lie in certain situations is an important social skill.

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    Re: scold their children

    There's no difference.

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