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if you should say that you problems in class with a boy because he is very bubbly and he always speaks, he's not interested in the subject and you cannot make him (keep sat down) or (make him sit down) because he does not want to sit, he always goes around in the class, he always fools around...how would you say? what expressions or verbs would you use?
But what about the verbs I used?
Is it correct to say "to make him sit down" or "to make him keep sat down"?
Is it "go around the class" and "fool around" correct to say that he doesn't take the lesson seriously?
Can you suggest any more expressions to use to say this kind of problem with kids?
I have a child with ADHD. She found it very hard to stay seated as well.
I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.