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1, The television programme is designed to educate and not merely to entertain.
2, The school aims to educate children in a caring environment.
3, The television program is designed to educate and not merely to entertain.
4, School teachers educate children.
5, Teacher, who educate children, deserve more honor than parents, who merely gave them birth; for the latter provided more life, while the former ensure a good life.
6, Individuals with knowledge must attempt to educate the uninformed.
7, To a degree, it is possible to educate oneself.
8, They went to great expense to educate their son.
9, Parents should educate their children to behave well.
10, Ruth's parents opted to educate her intensively at home.
11, The object is to educate people about road safety.
12, An educator must first educate himself.
13, She tried to educate her son's taste in music.
14, How much does it cost to educate a child privately?
15, Most children's television programmes aim to educate and entertain at the same time.
16, Drinkwise Day is mainly designed to educate people about the destructive effects of alcohol abuse.
17, Parents are under a legal obligation to educate their children.
18, The campaign is intended to educate the public to respect the environment.
19, It is important to educate children before they become sexually active.
20, My mission in life is to educate the rich about the suffering of the poor.
21, Doctors want to educate teenagers about unsafe sexual practices.
22, They expect the schools will educate their kids.
23, My new mission in life is to help educate others.
25, A museum should aim to entertain as well as educate.
26, The government say they are trying to do more to educate the public about the consequences of drug abuse.
27, Museums are on the move,[http://sentencedict.com/educate.html] adding exhibits that entertain and educate.
28, There is a danger that museums will attempt to entertain rather than educate.
29, He opposes the Gallegly Amendment, denouncing the idea of a government that refuses to educate all the children under its care.
30, We thought that was a pretty positive start, considering that they need to educate the market.
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