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How do I explain "the dominant hand" here, please? I think it means your hand
at/in (I don't know which preposition is natural here)with which you eat. In other words, either your left or right hand. Your hand in which you control food. Thank you.
Last edited by Odessa Dawn; 19-Jan-2014 at 14:09. Reason: Using the appropriate preposition. Thanks, 5jj.
Our dominant hand is the hand with which we are most skilful. Most people are right-handed - their right hand is the dominant one.
Chinese people hold their chopsticks in their dominant hand. Britsh people hold their knife in their dominant hand and their fork in the other.