“I can’t understand you,” is a phrase I’ve used in a few different circumstances. I use this phrase to indicate that they are whining. I say it if it is said in “baby talk.” I will say it if their mouth is full of food. I will also say it if I don’t hear a “please.” Finally, I will use this phrase if things are said in a rude or disrespectful way. Making your children learn to talk in a way that is pleasant, is very important in helping them develop great communication skills.
Day #94 Tip – “I Can’t Undersand You”
April 3, 2012 by 2 Comments