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Topic: grammar question...
Posted: Thursday, October 25, 2018 9:08:15 AM
Fazil J wrote:
Maybe just "Hold her upside down by her feet"?


That sounds great! Thank you so much~Applause
Topic: grammar question...
Posted: Thursday, October 25, 2018 6:15:41 AM
Fazil J wrote:
Myun Lee wrote:
Pull him up!

Him? You said it was a 2-year-old baby girl.

Besides, babies are usually children up to one year old.


Oops, her! thank you :)

The baby part doesn't matter. I only need that one line.

"Hold her feet(or ankles?) Pull her up! (or Hold her upside down?)"
Topic: grammar question...
Posted: Thursday, October 25, 2018 2:28:01 AM
Hi,

I'm writing a story and I need your help...

This is the situation:

1. A 2 yr old baby girl was drowning into the pool.

2. Someone pulled her out, but no one knows what to do next.

3. The baby is not breathing and turning purple.

4. Someone jumps in and yells to the baby's mother.


He yells, "Hold his feet. Pull him up!" and when the mother hold the baby upside down, the men pats the baby's back and the baby begins to cough.

I am not writing this story in English, but this specific line is in English. Please help me!

"Hold his feet. Pull him up!"
"Hold his ankles. Pull him upside down!"


.....???

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