Should I use "done", "made" or maybe "performed" in the sentence: "Which of the throws is not done/made/performed using legs?" Huh, I've just come up with another question - maybe..."with the use of legs"?
Hmmm, you are right! I've made a direct translation and it sounds bad! Sorry. Let me put it differently... "Which of the below is not done/made/performed using legs?" Which of these three words should I use? (the context being a football match).
Well, it's not an exercise or anything like that - I'm supposed to prepare a test for a contest and I'm trying to invent flawless questions, so that they won't sound ridiculously. I want to give them (the people taking part in the contest) 4 options here: a penalty, a free throw, a corner and an out. I don't know whether it helps, but here they are.
You are right pob14, I need to put something less ambiguous (than a free throw), instead. On the other hand, they (the contestants) will know that I mean the free throw made in football, because the question will be given under the "football" category. Btw. should I say "under" or "in" the category?