Meanings

1.
to walk
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Opposite: fahren
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2.
to run
(in sense of jogging, also "run" for a device running, NOT used in sense of "running something")
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Style special - "to walk"

Most of you know what to go and to run means in German. But there are many more "modes" of walking. Today, we'll explore words like sneak, stumble and trod...

Vocab:

gehen, laufen, rennen, schleichen, stolpern, schlendern, bummeln


Word Family

Root: *hlaupan

This is a West-Germanic root and connections beyond the Germanic branch of the Indo-European tree are not known. It’s the origin of English to leap.

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