Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Walk"

I took a walk.
I walk to school.
Walk ahead of me.
Walk more slowly.
It's a short walk.
I had to walk home.
We started to walk.
He is taking a walk.
He's out taking a walk.
The baby is able to walk.
I walk twenty miles a day.
The baby doesn't walk yet.
I am just going for a walk.
Don't walk alone after dark.
I accompanied her on a walk.
She felt like taking a walk.
Would you join me for a walk?
He could not walk any further.
I can walk at least two miles.
I went for a walk in the park.
I went for a walk with my son.
May I go out for a short walk?
She was in the mood for a walk.
I go for a walk every other day.
I'd rather walk than take a bus.
I was too tired to walk any more.
She took a walk before breakfast.
My legs ached after the long walk.
I can walk to school in 10 minutes.
I can walk to school in ten minutes.
She wouldn't go for a walk with him.
I take a walk with my dog in the evening.
I'll just go for a walk to clear my head.
It doesn't bother me to walk in the rain.
I feel like going for a walk this morning.
She went for a walk with him this morning.
We had to walk all the way to the station.
She advised him to walk instead of taking a bus.
I can't walk fast, but I can walk for a long time.
I think it's time for me to walk away from this mess.
How long does it take to walk to your house from here?
How long does it take to walk from here to the city hall?
I missed the last train, so I had to walk all the way home.
How could you just walk out the door without saying goodbye?
Daddy, I can't walk any more. Could you give me a piggyback ride?


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