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 Ways to use this term: "I clicked on the crib but my child will not //go to// it.  What can I do?" Ways to use this term: "I clicked on the crib but my child will not //go to// it.  What can I do?"
  
-We've sometimes seen people say, "I can't //call// my child to the crib." ​ This is incorrect use of the word "​call"​ and can confuse people ​about what you mean.  Read the true definition of call: http://​www.merriam-webster.com/​dictionary/​call.+We've sometimes seen people say, "I can't //call// my child to the crib." ​ This is an incorrect use of the word "​call"​ and can confuse people ​when you use it in such a manner. ​ So remember it's "go to" which is clearer and proper English.  Read the true definition of call: http://​www.merriam-webster.com/​dictionary/​call.
  
  
  
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