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Dear Teachers,

1.I’m so sorry to be so hard on you.
-Why don’t we use “to” instead of “on”?

2.We recently spent 30,000 USD for her to go to a boot camp to straighten her out.
-What does “straighten her out” mean here?

3.I will either find it on sale or go without it.
-“go without it” means “forget it”, right?

4.Just keep loving and admiring him for the good you see in him.
-"for the good………” here means “ for good qualities……..”, right?

5.Is it top late for me?
-This means “Is it too late for me”, right?

6.I don’t think I can take much more of this.
-This means “I don’t think I can stand anymore of this”, right?

Thanks a lot to Teachers,

Stevenukd
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Hi,

1.I’m so sorry to be so hard on you.
-Why don’t we use “to” instead of “on”? It's diificult to find a good reason, but that's what we say.

2.We recently spent 30,000 USD for her to go to a boot camp to straighten her out.
-What does “straighten her out” mean here? To remove her problems.

3.I will either find it on sale or go without it.
-“go without it” means “forget it”, right? Yes. It means I will continue my life without it.

4.Just keep loving and admiring him for the good you see in him.
-"for the good………” here means “ for good qualities……..”, right? Yes, that's what it means, although 'good' here is a noun, not an adjective.

5.Is it top late for me?
-This means “Is it too late for me”, right? "top late' makes no sense. I'm sure it's a typo, should be 'too late'.

6.I don’t think I can take much more of this.
-This means “I don’t think I can stand anymore of this”, right?
Yes, except 'much more', not 'any more'. I can stand a little bit more.

Best wishes, Clive
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1. It's just the proper way to say it. "to be hard on someone", "to be easy on someone".
2. "straighten her out" = "cause her behavior to become acceptable"
3. Yes. You are right.
4. Yes. You are right.
5. This is probably a misprint. It should have been "too late". There is no expression "top late".
6. Yes. You are right. "take much more" = "stand much more" = "endure much more".

CJ