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Does anybody read the part of the question that says "imperative form"? I am from Madrid and in an "imperative from", I would say depending on how many people the message is sent to: Only one person: "Tú" (any of the next options is fine): a) Salta sobre una (sola) pierna. a1) Da saltos sobre una (sola) pierna. b) Salta con una (sola) pierna. b1) Da ...


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If you read the question, it says imperative form. So I think it should be Salta en una pierna or Brinca en una pierna


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Brincar y saltar son sinonimos, asi que saltar con una pierna y brincar con una pierna son correctos, también le puedes indicar a alguien que de brincos con una pierna o de saltos con una pierna


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"Jumping on one leg", (or "hopping on one leg) at least in Castilian Spanish would be Saltar a la pata coja Pata would refer to the leg of an animal or object, like a chair. Cojo/ja is someone or something with a missing leg. Los niños estaban jugando a este juego de saltar a la pata coja hasta el cuadro con la piedra, recogerla y regresar. The kids ...



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