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Ways of walking
Choose the correct verb in the infinitive form. They are all different ways of walking.
trudge - walk slowly and with effort or difficulty because one is tired
slip - slide accidentally
trip - catch one's foot on something and stumble or fall
stroll - walk in a very pleased mood, with a lot of happiness, relaxed and confident for pleasure
stray - wander away
stagger - walk unsteadily as if about to fall or as if you were drunk or ill
dash - move quickly and suddenly, rush, (Always a short distance)
wander - move without a fixed purpose or destination
march - walk with regular steps of equal length
creep - move stealthily
limp - walk unevenly because one leg is hurt
crawl - move slowly with the body close to the ground or on hands and knees
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