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Dear Teachers 
Do I need to put a comma before "makes"  and which one of these sentences is correct ( the "makes" corresponds to the "Being____ " )
 Being a youth who has a strong feeling of demanding what they want from their parents makes them even more vulnerable to the the fluctuating economic condition in the family.
 Being a youth who has a strong feeling of demanding what they want from their parents makes  it even more vulnerable for them to face the the fluctuating economic condition in the family. 

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Sorry, you've lost me on this one.

Being a youth... they want... their parents - are you talking about one person, or a whole class of people?

What does "a strong feeling of demanding" mean?

Youths who... so something but I'm not sure what... are more vulnerable to ...
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As you are talking of the whole group you need to use

'Being youths'. Then your sentences make much more sense.

Being youths who are used to getting whatever they want from their parents makes them even more vulneralbe to the fluctuating economic conditions of the family.
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Hi GG 
 I'm talking about youth (in general) "being a youth" i suppose 
and this "who have a strong feeling of demanding what they want from their parents"  this refers to the behaviour of being youth
 "a strong feeling of demanding" here means the feeling of the youth who always want to have what they ask for.

 Being youth who have a strong feeling of demanding what they want from their parents makes  them even more vulnerable to the the fluctuating economic condition in the family.

 Being youth who have a strong feeling of demanding what they want from their parents makes  it even more vulnerable for them to face the the fluctuating economic condition in the family. 
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 Okay Thanks Nona
How about the sentence below (i'm just making sure that I understand it the way this is)  Is it clear and correct ?
Being a student who always is always being curious makes him have a lot of thing to wonder 

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Being a student who always is always being curious gives makes him have a lot of thing to wonder/think about

You've got the idea of 'being a' but there were a few other problems