Carts Sitting ? Laying out? Standing?

Tomer

Member
Hebrew
Hi,

Please help to make this sentence more natural:

"At the airport there are Carts >> sitting? laying out? Standing? any better choice? <<WHICH ONE everywhere because people just leave them like that at random places"
 
  • ron1759

    Senior Member
    U.S. - English
    You could say "At the airport, carts are left everywhere" or "...carts are left randomly throughout the terminal."

    In casual conversation, "At the airport, there are carts left all over the place."
     
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