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    Nourish or foster a child

    Dear TeachersI am thinking which word I should use in the following sentence. Nourish, foster or other options. Just like every parents, we try to [nourish/foster/????] her and provide her with the best things we could.Please advise.RegardsAnthony

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    Re: Nourish or foster a child

    Quote Originally Posted by patran View Post
    Dear Teachers. (Unnecessary)

    I am wondering which word I should use in the following sentence: 'nourish', 'foster' or other options.

    Just like all parents, we try to raise her to the best of our ability and provide her with the best things we can.

    Please advise. (Unecessary)

    Regards.

    Anthony
    Please note my improvements to the format of your post as well as my suggested amendments.

    You could also say '...we try to bring her up...' instead of '...we try to raise her...'

    Rover

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