Bare-footed

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Hi,

A mother advises her little son not to walk on the road without shoes, what will she say? (I think #1 is natural, but I'm not sure.)

"Don't walk on the road bare-footed"
"Don't walk on the road with bare feet"
"Don't walk on the road with your feet bare"
"Don't walk on the road bare-foot"

Thank you so much. :)
 
  • DonnyB

    Sixties Mod
    English UK Southern Standard English
    Both (1) and (4) work, but without the hyphen: barefoot/barefooted.

    Of the others, (2) is idiomatic, but (3) sounds a bit odd. :)
     
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