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  1. Yourjones
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    Why is this hard to walk on?

    Hi,

    I am not sure what this is called in English, maybe a bridge?

    People find it difficult to walk on it. Can you please describe what the wood boards' motions are when you step over them to walk from one end to the other. Will "swing", "rock" or simply "move" be helpful?
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    Re: Why is this hard to walk on?

    I'd call it a rope bridge, though it's going nowhere. You could say that it sways.

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