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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #69395: Gait-manner of walking
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    Gait-manner of walking

    There is this thing called gait which means the manner of walking. Each one of us has his/her own style of walking. This could be simply because it is natural to the way one is built or maybe because of some physical problem. One's age has also a say in the manner in which one walks. What follows is a test on all such words which actually are the verbs connected to walking and those connected to movement.

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    1. Look at that cute little child towards its mother.

    2. The poor boy is having to because of an injury to his right foot.

    3. I wonder what makes him about so much? Merely being first in his class doesn't make him a genius.

    4. After one's meal it is advisable to have a . At night, of course, it is a pleasurable thing to do.

    5. The poor child is so tired after the long hours at school that one can find him about on the sofa at home.

    6. That tramp is in a drunken state all the time. This is what makes him so frightfully.

    7. Having walked miles, the poor traveller finally managed to home.

    8. This never-do-well can be found to be all the time aimlessly.

    9. The soldiers were all pretty smartly making the spectacle quite appealing.

    10. Even today one can find students along with extremely heavy satchels on their tender shoulders.

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