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Ways of Walking

Alumnas: Borau, Natalia
Calderón, Consuelo
Forastéfano, Carla
García Aranda, Marianela
Sack, Vanesa Pamela

Profesor: Salceek, Eric

Fecha de Entrega: Martes, 18 de noviembre de 2008

1ºA – Profesorado de Inglés

CICLO LECTIVO 2008

VERBS

Caper 2
with adverb or 3
always
1
preposition intransitive
+adverb/preposi
tion

To follow and watch someone fan over a long period of time in a way that is very annoying or threatening. with adverb 3 A. especially in a stars confident way Roam 2 with adverb or 3 transitive/intran 1 preposition sitive 4 The dogs are allowed to roam 5 To walk or travel. always 1 or preposition intransitive +adverb/preposi B. to his feet almost falling over Stalk 2 A.4 The dogs were capering about the 5 To jump around and play in a clown’s feet happy excited way Hike 2 3 transitive/intran 1 sitive 4 His dream is to hike the 5 To take a long walk in the Appalachian Trail mountains or countryside Prance 2 with adverb or 3 always 1 preposition intransitive +adverb/preposi tion 4 We used to prance around our 5 To walk or dance with high steps bedroom pretending to be pop or large movements. with no clear purpose or direction Rove 2 with adverb or 3 transitive/intran 1 preposition sitive 4 A salesman roving the country 5 To travel from one place to another Shuffle 2 shuffle one’s 3 always 1 feet intransitive +adverb/preposi tion 4 The official signalled to one of the 5 To walk very slowly and noisily waiters. usually for a around long time. 5 A. who shuffled forward without lifting your feet off the ground Stagger 2 with adverb or 3 always 1 preposition intransitive +adverb/preposi tion 4 The old man staggered drunkenly 5 To walk or move unsteadily. and that is considered a crime in some places . with adverb or tion preposition B. She was stalked by an obsessed B. transitive +adverb/preposi tion Yvonne turned and stalked out 4 A. To walk in a proud or angry way of the room in disgust with long steps B.

(not controlled) To walk in a way about/around the bedroom in the which does not seem controlled dark B. especially in sentences which state the place that you are going to Totter 2 with adverb or 3 usually 1 preposition intransitive +adverb/preposi tion . (especially on a young child) To toddling around after his puppy walk with short steps. usually 3 A.Stride 2 with adverb or 3 always 1 preposition intransitive +adverb/preposi tion 4 He strode toward her 5 To walk quickly with long steps Stroll 2 with adverb or 3 always 1 preposition intransitive 4 We were strolling along. laughing 5 To walk somewhere in a slow and joking relaxed way Strut 2 adverb or 3 usually 1 preposition intransitive +adverb/preposi tion -tt- 4 The boys strutted around trying 5 To walk in a proud way tying to to get the attention of a group of look important girls who were nearby Stumble with adverb 2 A. shops B. usually on followed by an adverb or B. trying to keep the body balanced I’m just toddling off/round to the B. 5 A. 1 or preposition intransitive + adverb/prepositi B. 5 A. usually preposition intransitive +adverb/preposi tion We could hear her stumbling 4 A. then tiptoed quietly out of toes. (informal) To walk. (fall) To step awkwardly while B. Running along the beach. she walking or running and fall or begin stumbled on a log and fell on the to fall sand Tiptoe 2 with adverb or 3 usually 1 preposition intransitive +adverb/preposi tion 4 He waited until his daughter was 5 To walk or move quietly on one’s asleep. as with caution or stealth the room Toddle 2 with adverb or 3 usually 1 preposition intransitive +adverb/preposi tion I watched my 2 year-old nephew 4 A.

4 She tottered unsteadily down the 5 To walk in a shaky way that looks stairs in her high-heeled shoes as if you are about to fall Trample 2 with adverb or 3 always 1 preposition intransitive+ adverb or preposition 4 The soldiers trampled across the 5 To step heavily and noisily on fields something so that you crush it with your feet. He tripped and fell To hit something with your foot 5 A. Always intransitive + adverb/prepositi on transitive C. snow. with light steps C. run or dance B. To make someone fall by putting your foot in front of them when they are moving Trudge 2 with adverb or 3 intransitive + 1 preposition adverb/prepositi on 4 We trudged home through the 5 To walk slow with slow heavy snow steps. penalty area with quick. sand or any other substance that impedes free motion or offer resistance to movement RELATED EXPRESSIONS Elbow one’s way 2 she pushed 3 transitive + 1 through the through/past/in crowd elbowing to .. crush or injure something Trip 2 with adverb or 3 A. so as to press. 4 A. Stamp Tread 2 with adverb or 3 usually 1 preposition intransitive +adverb/preposi tion 4 They treaded grapes to make 5 To set down the foot or feet in wine walking. especially because you are tired or it is difficult to walk Wade 2 with adverb or 3 always 1 preposition intransitive + adverb or preposition – Phrasal Verb 4 To wade through the mud 5 To walk through water. by accident so that you fall or B. people out of “something” . A little girl tripping down the lane almost fall (to stumble) Gerard was tripped inside the C.. intransitive 1 preposition B. Literally to walk.

specially because you’re nervous Piss off! 2 3 intransitive – 1 Phrasal Verb ------------------ 4 Now piss off and leave me alone! 5 Something you say to tell someone that you are annoyed with them or that you want them to go away Sleepwalk 2 3 intransitive 1 -------------------- 4 5 To walk around and. sometimes. the way 4 He elbowed his way to the bar 5 To push someone with your elbows in order to move through a group of people Pace up and 2 3 intransitive 1 down always + ------------------ adverb/preposi tion 4 I found Mark at the hospital pacing 5 To walk first in one direction and restlessly up and down then in other. perform other actions while asleep Swan around 2 3 intransitive 1 always + ------------------ adverb/preposi tion – Phrasal Verb 4 She swans around the office as if 5 To enjoy yourself and behaved in she owned the place a relaxed way that is annoying to other people 1 Phonetics 2 Collocations 3 Patterns 4 Example in context 5 Meaning focus on the verb . many times.