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A parent who uses imperitives and specifit suggestions in everyday life is most likely the parent of
A.son B.daughter C.teenager D.son and a daughter

I think its C but not sure because teenagers don't have time to listen

  • child psychology -

    C is the only possible answer.

    Just because the parent uses imperatives and specific suggestions, doesn't mean the teen is listening. <g>

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