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    #1

    Don't go too far afield or Don't go too far.

    Don't go too far afield or Don't go too far.

    Can we remove "afield" at the back. For asking kid do not run too far.

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    Re: Don't go too far afield or Don't go too far.

    Yes. You should.

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