our kiddos are experts at finding a way to say what they want to say if they don't know the english word for it. i love listening to their round-about descriptions that get across exactly what they mean. sometimes they do such a good job of it you don't realize they actually have weak english skills. you just think they're naturally descriptive children. :)
one girl i read with is very much like this. she's become so good at talking around what she wants to say that most of the time i forget her english is very limited. today though, she looked at me and said, "i have sick juice in my nose that is going squeeshy squeeshy"
i think she wanted to tell me that she needed a tissue, or just that she had snot in her nose that was bothering her. but squeeshy squeeshy sick juice certainly got the point across.