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go for a walk : do a walk or make a walk?
Jan 9, 2016 3:40 PM
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'Make a walk' is wrong. 'Do a walk' might be possible in some highly specific circumstances. It is not possible to say it in a general sense to mean 'to go for a walk.' However, if someone adopts a manner of walking which is different from the way they normally walk, you might say that they are 'doing a funny walk.' And if someone is doing a sponsored walk for charity for example, you might say they are 'doing a walk for charity.' As you can see these are quite specialised situations.
January 9, 2016
Neither, in most cases. The usual expressions are these: take a walk (US) go for a walk (GB).
January 10, 2016
I am going to take a walk.
January 10, 2016
Neither, but you can take a walk.
January 9, 2016
Unfortunately you can't say neither of them. The correct form is just "go for a walk" thus when someone is asking what you are doing you can answer "I went for a walk". As you are not creating the walk you are not "doing" or "making" it. Just like even though "I'm doing a marathon" may sound good, the correct form is "I'm running a marathon"
January 9, 2016
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