what is the difference between walk along and walk on in english language?
Does along mean parallel to something ing english language?
Feb 3, 2012 4:15 AM
Answers · 1
Walk along = can mean either walking around, nearby, or directly on
Example = Walk along the coast, which means you can walk by it, around it, or on the coast.
Walk on = walking directly on
Example = I walk on the sidewalk, directly on it.