Translation:We are learning today to stand on our hands.
Does this sentence work without "om"?
I never know when to put 'om' in a sentence and when to leave it out. What does it actually mean?? Please reply with examples and without grammar speak, because I don't know what grammar terms mean!
Does this mean to stand upside down with your hands on the ground and your feet in the air, or to just step on your hands?
It can be either, but the former is more likely.
I thought the sentence was too ridiculous to be right, but it was!