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Hi teacehers,

I'd like to describe a baby who picks up fluffy "dirt" or "dust". Like the dust become fluffy, but tiny. Would you also correct my sentences.

Sometimes Gia notices the smallest thing we normally would not. One time she picked up a tiny "dust/dirt" and placed it in her mother's hand when she wasn't looking. When she finally looked into her hand, she jumped up and accidentally knocked Gia over. We thought Gia was crying with pain, but she just wanted the dirt back.

Thank you.

Tinanam
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Sometimes Gia notices the smallest thing we normally would not. One time she picked up a tiny speck of dust and placed it in her mother's hand when she wasn't looking. When her mother finally noticed it, she leaped up and accidentally knocked Gia over. We thought Gia was crying with pain, but she just wanted her dust speck back.
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Hi Mister Micawber,

Thank you for your help.

Could you tell me in "when her mother finally noticed it", does "it" refer to "dust speck"?

Tinanam
Still having trouble with 'it'? Yes.
Hi Mister Micawber,

I'm getting better now, I think. I just needed to make sure I understood correctly.

Thank you.

Tinanam
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