I have a clothes rack that is used to hang dirty cleaning cloth (see the picture)

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Today my child hung my Tshirt on / from the rack (not sure "on or from").

What should I say to him?

"Please don't put the clean stuff where the dirty stuff is put"?

  • Try to use a positive not a negative. Almost all these "talking to toddler" questions are "How do I say 'don't do this'" How about saying "Let me show you where to hang daddy's shirt". – James K Mar 24 at 14:47

First question: "on the rack".
Second question: Your example sentence works. You could also say: "Please don't put my clean clothes next to the dirty rags." or "Don't hang clothes on the cleaning cloth rack."
The possibilities are many.

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