abceda Walking and Moving

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1. The footballer has been kicked on his knee and he's off the field. (painfully)
2. At weekends they take their backpacks and hiking-sticks and go in the country. (a hobby; like hiking, but especially for relaxing pleasure)
3. He went to the pub last night, drank a lot of strong ale, and home. (unsteadily, almost falling over)
4. The old man with painful feet along the street with the aid of his stick. (especially if feet are arthritic)
5. The teenager came home late and past his parents' bedroom, scared to wake them. (make as little noise as possible; similar to tip-toe)
6. The lovers, arm in arm, took a gentle evening in the park. (casual, relaxing)
7. The man, who had lost his memory, was found in the hills. (without any aim or destination)
8. James purposefully into the manager's office, very determined to air his views. (long strides; in a determined way)
9. The young hooligans through the shopping mall, intent on causing trouble. (arrogant; swinging their shoulders)
10. The tired old man home after a long, hard day's work. (heavily; tired feet)
11. The child happily towards her parents. (playfully, with little jumps)
12. The Triple Jump, sometimes called the , Skip and Jump is an Olympic track event.

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