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Which phrases do not represent reasons for ungrammatical speech discussed in this lesson? errors made by a speaker of English as a second language errors made because of a lack of intelligence errors made by a young child overusing rules errors due to changes in grammatical structure of language errors due to usage of nonstandard English
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User: Which phrases do not represent reasons for ungrammatical speech discussed in this lesson? errors made by a speaker of English as a second language errors made because of a lack of intelligence errors made by a young child overusing rules errors due to changes in grammatical structure of language errors due to usage of nonstandard English

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The sentence "Dad brought presents for her and me" is grammatically correct. TRUE.
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