bend over OR lean on?

  • owlman5

    Senior Member
    English-US
    I suggest "He is resting his head on the table", Olivia. That's what I usually hear when people talk about somebody who is doing this.
     

    Olivia Ehlers

    Senior Member
    Spanish
    I suggest "He is resting his head on the table", Olivia. That's what I usually hear when people talk about somebody who is doing this.
    That's a very interesting statement! I know he is actually not resting his head but I got it~! Thank you Owlman5~~
    By the way, is there any other way to describe this posture?
     

    owlman5

    Senior Member
    English-US
    "He's resting his head on his arms" is another way to express the idea, Olivia. That should be enough to tell your listener what you are trying to say. You could also say that he is leaning forward and resting his head on his arms/the table, but the extra information really isn't necessary.
     

    Olivia Ehlers

    Senior Member
    Spanish
    "He's resting his head on his arms" is another way to express the idea, Olivia. That should be enough to tell your listener what you are trying to say. You could also say that he is leaning forward and resting his head on his arms/the table, but the extra information really isn't necessary.
    Thank you very mcuh Owlman5~~
     
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