That is a good question. He can't go to the bathroom of couse. We, Chinese, usually carry the baby up over a basin or just the toilet, with the sound like the pronoucination of the sh of shine to get him to finish it quickly. And my question is as a matter of fact under such circumstances.He's just a baby, and he goes to the bathroom by himself? How old is he?
= "Get a move on, there's a queue out here".Actually, if it's your spouse or your teenager, a knock on the door and a "Hey, hurry up, others need to use the bathroom!"
Thanks for your reply! and I am waiting to see if there are other opinions about the questons.= "Get a move on, there's a queue out here".
Back to the original question: "Finished"? said to a young child to enquire if their bladder is empty sounds perfectly normal to me.
According to standard spoken English, Can I use I instead of others in your sentence, e.g. Hey, hurry up, I need to use the bathroom ! If it is me who wants to use the bathroom?Actually, if it's your spouse or your teenager, a knock on the door and a "Hey, hurry up, others need to use the bathroom!" is not out of line. Of course you wouldn't say this to a visitor to your home, or to your elderly parent.