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March 04, 2015
What "We Wented" Really Means

In honor of it being National Grammar Day today, here's a reminder not to be concerned about some common grammar mixups that you may hear from your child. Because they are still learning how language works, children this age tend to over-apply language rules, incorrectly using such things as the “-ed” at the end of a past-tense verb. While it’s fine to correct the mistake, don’t worry. In fact, these instances indicate that your child is learning the rules of language perfectly well.


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