It depends on what the league rules are. High school and college softball you are allowed to bunt. Most often once you reach a certain age in a youth league you're allowed to bunt. (I'm assuming you're talking about fast-pitch softball)
Well that is certainely called a bunt
Yes it is an out.
Yes they can.
A fake bunt is when you pretend to bunt the ball so you get down to your bunting position and once she releases the ball you pull the bat back up and hit it instead of hitting it.
In softball when a coach or a player says scarifice to the batter they want you to make a scarafice bunt. when doing this bunt you want your player to square up when the pitcher is in her wind up, to get ready for the bunt. This play is extreamly imortant, in order for this to work the player must bunt the ball in order for the player on first to advnce to second. The player who does the bunt has very little to no chance of being safe. This play is intended to move players along the bases.
the same as baseball- you put the bat out in front of you and make the bat meet the ball and try to softly hit the ball to advance runners or suprize bunt for a hit
well you bend your knees a little bit and then you hold your bat in front of you.
Normally when the batter walks or lays down a successful SAC bunt, he is not charged with an at-bat.
A sacifice in softball is when the batter sacifices themselves (meaning they are willing to get themselves out) to either score or move another runner on base. Most of the time a sacifice is a bunt or a fly ball.
a softball can be hit as far as your body strength can make it fly. if you can hit it over the fence every time, then hit it over the fence. if u can only bunt, then that's fine too.
fluke bunt is a fluke bunt