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The Japanese Page Word of The Day - To Walk

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Word of the Day: November 25, 2019

歩く

verb | あるく


MEANING: to walk [aruku]

EXAMPLE SENTENCE:

毎朝、歩いて学校にいきます。

まいにちあるいてがっこうにいきます。
mainichi aruite gakkou ni ikimasu. (I go to school on foot everyday.)

NOTES:
[everyday; on foot; school; to; go]

VOCABULARY:
毎朝【まいにち】歩いて【あるいて】学校【がっこう】に(indicates direction of movement
】通学【つうがく】going/commiting to school ( It is a noun that describes action of going to school)

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