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Learn JLPT N5 Vocabulary: 歩く (aruku)

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Kana: あるく
Kanji: 歩く
Romaji: aruku

Type: Verb

Meaning: to walk

Example sentences:

彼は開け放した窓辺へと歩いた。
kare wa akehanashita madobe eto aruita.
He walked towards the wide-open window.

中学生がこんな時間にほっつき歩くなんてよくないぞ。
chuugakusei ga konna jikan ni hottsukiaruku nante yokunai zo.
It’s not good for a junior high school student to wander about at this hour.

Learn JLPT N5 Vocabulary: 歩く (aruku)

歩いていくしかなさそうだな。
aruite iku shika nasasou da na.
It looks like we’ll have no choice but to walk there.

ここから渋谷まで歩いたらどれだけ時間かかるんだろう。
koko kara shibuya made aruitara dore dake jikan kakarun darou.
I wonder how long it will take to walk from here to Shibuya.

彼が歩くこともできずに、家に運びこまれた。
kare ga aruku koto mo dekizu ni, ie ni hakobikomareta.
He couldn’t even walk so he was carried into the house.

Similar words:

歩む (ayumu)

Meaning in other languages:

Chinese: 走 (zǒu); 走路 (zǒulù)
Korean: 걷다 (geodda); 걸어가다 (geol-eogada)

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