to move at a regular pace, lifting your feet
Past Participle form
I walk to work.
She walks from her house to school in about five minutes.
A: Do you do a lot of exercise?
B: Yes. I run, lift weights, and walk a lot.
A: Is walking good for you?
B: Yes, very.
I walked from South Kensington to Liverpool Street. It was a very long way.
They walked for hours before they found their hotel.
A: Where are you?
B: At the train station.
B: Yes. I walked very quickly.
I'm walking there now.
David was walking to the shop and lost his phone on the way.
A: What are you doing?
B: I'm walking to the park with the dog.
A: I'm at the park too. I'll meet you by the fountain.
B: Sounds good.
I've walked a lot during this holiday.
He's walked 24 miles a day for seven days to raise money for charity.
B: What's wrong?
A: I'm shattered.
B: It's only Monday. How come you're so tired?
A: I'd walked so much this weekend. I went on two historical walks, both lasting three hours.