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    seen her push herself, talking it all in

    I think so. I think that it is wonderful because she is such a big star herself. I have never ever seen her push herself whenever we are all together. I like that quality of hers to stand behind. She is quiet. She listens and she is taking it all in. And another beautiful thing is that she has fitted in so well in the family. She knows who are our good friends. She is doing well.

    Please explain the highlighted group of words.


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    Re: seen her push herself, talking it all in

    Quote Originally Posted by user_gary View Post
    I think so. I think that it is wonderful because she is such a big star herself. I have never ever seen her push herself whenever we are all together. I like that quality of hers to stand behind. She is quiet. She listens and she is taking it all in. And another beautiful thing is that she has fitted in so well in the family. She knows who are our good friends. She is doing well.

    Please explain the highlighted group of words.
    1: Although she is a big star, she does not behave in an arrogant way. it should read "push herself forward".

    2: Same as the first one - she doesn't push herself forward to be noticed.

    3: She listens to other people and is aware of what they say and do.

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