2 – Language Activator – Walking slowly

2 Language Activator Walking slowly

2 – Language Activator – Walking slowly

اغلب دیکشنری ها لغاتی را مترادف یک لغت معرفی میکنند. اما آیا تمامی مترادفهای یک لغت صد در صد معنای همان لغت را القا میکنند؟ مسلماً خیر. در این بخش از آفرینش اکتیوتر لغات هم معنی و یا نزدیک به لغات مربوط به walking slowly را بررسی خواهیم کرد. ابتدا جملات را خوانده و خودرا محک بزنید سپس برای دیدن نتایج و توضیح اینکه هر لغت در چه موقعیتی استفاده میشود به لینک زیر بروید


(intransitive verb)

: to walk in a slow and relaxed way, especially for pleasure

stroll along/through/around etc

.We drove to Penrhyn Castle, and strolled around the beautiful gardens there


(intransitive verb)

: to walk in a slow and relaxed way, especially when you are going a short distance, or not going anywhere in particular

amble across/along/towards etc

.An old man appeared from behind the house and ambled across the yard

.One of the horses, a white one, slowly ambled towards me

.Cecil was ambling along as usual without a care in the world


(intransitive verb)

: to walk in a slow and lazy way, often when you should be hurrying to do something

saunter down/into/across etc

.Shouldn’t you be in class? Mr Harris asked the girls who were sauntering down the corridor

.I sauntered into the garden, where some friends were chatting near the barbecue


(intransitive verb)

to walk slowly and with heavy steps, especially because you are tired, it is difficult to walk, or you do not want to go somewhere

trudge/plod through/back/along etc

.She trudged back up the hill, loaded down with heavy bags of groceries

.We trudged to school through the snow, wishing we could be playing in it


(intransitive verb)

: to walk a long way, especially when you are looking for something or visiting different places, so that you become tired

traipse around/about/in and out etc

.We traipsed around every store in town, trying to find the right color paint


(intransitive verb)

: to walk with difficulty in a slow and unsteady way because it is painful for you to walk

.My knee was stiff and painful, and I could only hobble

hobble across/along/towards etc


(intransitive verb)

: to walk with difficulty because you have hurt one of your legs

.I noticed that one of the horses was limping, and called for the vet

limp along/over/towards etc

a limp

(singular noun)

: a limping movement

.Josie walked with a slight limp


(intransitive verb)

:to walk slowly and noisily, without lifting your feet off the ground properly

shuffle along/towards/down etc

.Supporting herself on Ali’s arm, the old woman shuffled towards the door


(intransitive verb)

: to walk slowly and rather awkwardly, bending forwards in a tired or lazy way

shamble along/past/out etc

.An old tramp shambled along, looking for money or cigarette ends on the floor


: Fill in the blanks with appropriate words

Plod / saunter / stroll / hobble / limp / shuffle / shamble / traipse

.N1. I heard Bob ………… around the kitchen in his slippers .N2. Looking tired and fat, Parker ………… onto the stage and started playing .N3. She ………… painfully over to a chair and sat down .N4. Aunt Sophy ………… slowly across the room on her crutches .N5. ………… round museums all day is not my idea of fun .N6. The donkey was ………… slowly along under its heavy load .N7. As usual, Ron ………… into the office twenty minutes late .N8. They ………… along the riverbank, enjoying the evening sun



Shuffling / shambled / limped / hobbled / Traipsing / plodding / sauntered / strolled

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