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    Talking (MEANING????) "Keep putting one foot infront of the other"

    I want to know the meaning of this sentence "Keep putting one foot infront of the other"
    Thank you in advance for your answer.. (MEANING????)

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    Re: (MEANING????) "Keep putting one foot infront of the other"

    It means to keep moving along. "Iinfront" should be "in front".

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