How can a baby boy brought up to become very clever?
Is there any ideas or any kind of situations created around him to ensure that he becomes clever when he grows up?
There is no guarantee that the child will grow up to be clever. As he ages and display his abilities, it might be possible to expose him to things that will increase his knowledge, but not necessarily increase his ability to come up with the right idea, sentence, joke or scenario at any given time. Some things cannot be taught. They are just part of the package we call an individual.
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