English version

my son

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmy sonmy sonRRCMANused by a priest to address a man or boy son
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my sonAnd my son will probably be just like you.What about it, Gabriel my son?I had my son, yet I was lonely.I often read aloud to my sons the nonfiction books that support their school studies.How much compassion would I have toward Duncan Fleming if it were my son who was killed?However, in the spring of 1977 an offer was made, which my son accepted.Mr Shepherd appeared in my office with my son - said he'd found him roaming about the factory.
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