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    #1

    Smile let others walk/step all over you

    If you're treated like a doormat, you let others walk/step all over you.



    Which does a better trick in the above sample, walk or step? Thanks.


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    #2

    Re: let others walk/step all over you

    "Walk" is the verb I have heard most often with this expression.

    (not a teacher)

    Also, "Which works better in the above example?" is a better way to phrase your question :)

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    #3

    Re: let others walk/step all over you

    Thanks, Delmobile.

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