have no way to go


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Chinese - Mandarin

I was playing with my child, my child was running in front me, and I was trying to catch her, she ran into a corner, then I caught her. I said: "You have no way to go now."

In this context talking to a child, is it proper to say "you have no way to go" here? I don't think I can say "you are driven into a corner" here, because it has a further meaning which is to be forced into a difficult situation.

Thank you.
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