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Soc.
What then? whether do you wish to take and lead away this your son, or shall I teach him to speak?

Strep.
Teach him, and chastise him: and remember that you train him properly; on the one side able for petty suits; but train his other jaw able for the more important causes.

Soc.
Make yourself easy; you shall receive him back a clever sophist.

Strep.
Nay, rather, pale and wretched.

Exeunt Socrates, Strepsiades, and Phidippides.

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