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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #104586: Ways of walking
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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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    1. He was completely drunk. I watched him across the road and fall down.

    2. It's very pleasant for a tourist to round a new city with no particular purpose or destination.

    3. It was a lovely day so we decided to through the park for an hour.

    4. His injured foot made him badly.

    5. Be careful or you'll on this icy bit of pavement.

    6. Everyone was asleep when I returned so I had to to my room without making a noise.

    7. If you join the army, you'll have to learn to .

    8. Please don't away from the main group or you'll get lost.

    9. Before babies can walk, they can only on their hands and knees.

    10. I'm afraid someone will over that piece of wood and fall.

    11. It began to rain and we had to into a shop to keep dry.

    12. The exhausted men had to for five miles through the snow.

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