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How do you swim?

Answer   By taking swimming lessons...don't try to learn how to swim by yourself, you could drown!   Maby take lessons at you local YMCA!!!
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What is swimming?

Swimming is the use of the body, sometimes with aids such as flippers or boards, to propel the body through the water. It is a popular leisure activity for most of the world, (MORE)

What does swimming do?

Swimming is a great sport as it is the sport you sweat most in, and has the least stress on your joints. If you start swimming in a club (theres lots around-they're really goo (MORE)

Why can not you swim?

If you're nervous your body sinks (at least that's what I heard).Everyone can swim. They just haven't been taught or have a morbid fear of water or swimming. I love to swim, a (MORE)

Do you have to swim?

i would suggest yes because you probaly would love it and it keeps you in so much shape try it out.
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Where and when can you be swimming?

Well, you could basically swim anywhere you want...as long as you have enough space and water to swim. You could swim whenever you want. If you have a little free time, you co (MORE)
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What can you do in swimming?

You can swim four strokes (the most common, at least): butterfly,  backstroke, breaststroke, and freestyle.
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How can you get out if swimming?

Pretend to be sick, forge a note from your parents, "accidentally" lose your bathers, make a fake cast or wear a bandage. btw I'm 13 so the "forge a note from your parents" ma (MORE)
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What is the swimming?

Swimming is a type of stroke that can either be butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke or freestyle. There are meters that you have to swim too. Like, If you have a 25 meter pool (MORE)
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How to swim?

REMEMBER, IT IS IMPORTANT TO BE CAREFUL WITH SWIMMING! HAVE A FRIEND OR AND INSTRUCTOR WATCH OVER YOU AS YOU SWIM TO HELP YOU IF YOU NEED HELP. SWIMMING, ESPECIALLY YOUR FIRST (MORE)