"MikeYT" wrote: W "Boysrock50" wrote: "MikeYT" wrote: "Boysrock50" wrote: "MikeYT" wrote: "Boysrock50" wrote: "MikeYT" wrote: "Centipeetle" wrote: Yes, kids aren't as knowledgeable or mature as adults. There's nothing wrong with not thinking a kid would know much.
Generally speaking, of course there are exceptions
Can all adults easily multiply a two ##### ###### by a three ##### ######?
Not all adults are smart enough to quote a quote of a quote.
Are all adults able to write a book from the child's PERSPECTIVE?
Do adults know the longest word in English?
You're completely ignoring what I said. "Generally speaking" adults are more mature and knowledgeable than children.
Please listen to what I say, I'd much appreciate it.
Generally speaking, children CAN know more than adults. It's as simple as that.
Incorrect. You are confusing capability with ability. Capability is down to the individual, as is ability, though generally speaking, adults DO know more than children.
Wrong AGAIN. Not all children are the same. You'll find some crayon-chewing boneheads but you'll also find introverted brainboxes. There's no point carrying on a debate if you're not going to listen, it's incredibly frustrating. Do you not understand the meaning of 'generally speaking'? Stop ignoring what I say, seriously...
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