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You don't respect my labour. Is it natural to say so?Thanks Situation Mother help daughter with her studies. Explain words and so on. But daughter when mother explains doesn't listen, look around, so in fact then mother must explain one things several times in a row And when mother got sick and tired of it she says You dont respect my labour ( my efforts) how to say it correctly Thanks
Sep 20, 2019 9:35 AM
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You don't respect my labor, sounds a little unnatural. I would probably say something more like: You are taking me for granted. You don't show any respect for the effort I'm making to help you. You don't respect the fact that I am trying to help you.
September 20, 2019
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