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Today I left everything (means all my household chores) and taught her skipping.

Is the sentence natural?

Thanks.

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Today I paused doing my household chores to teach her how to skip rope.

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Today I dropped everything and taught her how to skip.

Or 'to skip rope', depending which of the two you mean.

CJ

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Good question, friend,


I understand exactly you mean when you say "today I left everything and taught her how to skip."

sundarnazIs the sentence natural?

"Left everything" is not immediately understandable. The usual expression is "dropped everything".

Thanks.

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AlpheccaStarsskip rope.

In the US or just skip in the UK.