How to say correctly "I raise my left leg and clamber on the plank of the tree swing"?
- bluebellbkkLv 76 months agoFavorite Answer
You would clamber 'onto' the plank.
If you clamber 'on', it suggests that you are already on the plank and are now clambering about on it.
- TommymcLv 76 months ago
It's unclear whether you are standing or sitting on the "plank". Depending on your specific meaning, you might say:
"Lifting my left leg, I stand up on the seat of the tree swing."
"Raising my left leg over the wooden seat, I sit on the tree swing."