very last line in the corner
The endline. Usually not the boundary around the entire court but the second one in.
(Indoor Volleyball) 10 normal paces away from the net for varsity, if you're serving overhand, if you are serving underhand, you must be at lease 15+ paces away from the net when serving. Changes may apply depending on your gym size.
You should stand behind the line, to serve a volleyball. If you put one of your legs over the line, the serve won't count.
The receiver must stand diagonally opposite to the server. For example, if the server is on the right side (thus serving to the server's left service box), then the receiver must stand to the receiver's right to be diagonally opposite to that of the server.
It is the line you stand behind when you serve. It is the one in the way back.
If you are playing on an indoor court than you need to stand just behind the line.
Behind the out-of-bounds line. how far back from the line depends on what type of serve you are doing, if you are doing a jump serve you'll probably stand back a ways, if you are doing an overhand serve it depends on how strong of a server you are or how experience you are.
I really have no idea. Go ask your mom.She should know the origin of thegame also
A serving rack is a tall, narrow stand that stores trays of food that will be served later. This rack is not brought out to customers. A serving plate is actually used to serve customers.