Inattentive means lacking the ability to focus or sustain one"s attention. Children who are "inattentive" find it difficult to sustain mental effort during work or play and behave car elessly, as if they are not listening.
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inattentive means Lacking the ability to focus or sustain one’s attention. Children who are inattentive find it difficult to sustain mental effort during work or play and behave carelessly, as ifthey are not listening.
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