I saw this sentence in an essay:
Children’s cognitive development is on the preoperational stage, so they cannot consider as logical and judge of dangerous events.
I would say "judge sth" or "judge sth on sth" but never heard of "judge of sth" (where judge is a verb and not a noun), so I looked up on some dictionaries and the internet but could not find reliable sources.
If this is a legit usage of judge as a verb, can you explain and give some examples?
And I also want to ask about the phrase “as logical” in the above sentence but that would be another question. But I don't mind if you also explain this :) I don't quite get it. Does it mean “as logical as adult” or simply “logically”, or is it wrong?