Q: driving uphill

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i have automatic hyundai i10 - 2014, the transmission only has: P - R - N - D the other day i had to get up a steep hill, although i was accelerating quite hard, pedal was almost on floor, i almost stalled, is this normal and what should i do to prevent stalling on steep hills?

My car has 8000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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