Alright, we have talked about motion and movement a lot. We’ve talked about 달리다 (running) and 걷다 (walking) in the past but we haven’t really focused on “going for a run” or “going for walk”. The two verbs above describe a current action and so they don’t actually apply to this.
So what does apply?
산책하다 (sanchaekhada) | “to go for a walk”
- 산책 | “walk; stroll”
- 하다 | to do
Since we are talking about doing something, I picked a word that’ll make the conjugation portion of this easier to do. We are conjugating 하다 to 한다 and placing it in a sentence.
- 산책한다 가자.(sanchaeghanda gaja.) | “Let’s go for a walk.”
I did struggle a bit with how to word this one. I’m still working on my Grammar as my actual “speaking” is a bit wordy and weird but you can understand me. (That doesn’t translate well on paper though.)
That’s it for today!