Ps estaba hablando con una chica de cuando ella bailaba y me dijo "I got low" !
I've heard when there's a fire, you have to get low and go.
I take it that you "get low" to be in a closer position to crawl outside your door.
Can I say "don't get low to pick up that coin"?
Is it better to say don't "bend down" to pick up that coin or don't "bend over"...
Which one's best?
Thank you much.
Thanks Chris. Also thanks for the nuance.
BTW, I've also heard "I lean over to tie my shoes". Did I get this right?
Does it really make any difference whether I say "lean over", "bend over" or "bend down", because "lean" to me is more like "rest".