Feet, foot,leg


She is limping the other feet.She is limping the other foot.She is limping the other leg.Wich is correct.Or is there a beater sentence?

asked May 28 '13 at 11:07 Maki New member

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Neither is correct, but the error is not in the anatomy. I assume "she" is human, that she has two feet/legs, and she is limping on only one of them.


She is limping on the other (leg/foot).


She is limping with the other (leg/foot).

I believe either option is correct.


The anatomy would depend on the location of her injury. If she hurt her foot, use foot. If she hurt her leg, use leg.


Punctuation Note: SPACES should be used after every PERIOD.

link answered May 28 '13 at 16:28 Tony Proano Expert

Thank you very very much.

MakiMay 29 '13 at 03:40

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