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    once you get to higher levels

    You use the clock to tell the time. Don't worry, once you get to higher levels, they'll teach you how to tell the time.

    Is higher levels understandably clear that we are talking about grade levels in school?
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    Re: once you get to higher levels

    No, it isn't.

    Why don't you teach your child to tell the time?

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    Re: once you get to higher levels

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    No, it isn't.
    Yes. I plan on doing just that. So I might post a few questions about it soon.

    In the meantime, apart from using higher grade levels, what are other word(s) that can be used?
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