Student or Learner
Hello. Today I wrote: "Using a computer, a child cannot get the motivation nor the help that a teacher has for granted"
Does the expression "has for granted" exist? I wanted to say, that to give motivation and to provide help are intrinsic characteristics of a teacher.
By the way, is this adverb in the correct place? "Introducing a computer in the classroom supports perfectly the learning process" Are there any rules relating to the position of adverbs?
Thank you !
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