Today’s word of the day is 走 (zǒu) which means ‘to walk away'. Let’s practice making different words, phrases, and sentences with 走 (zǒu).
带走 (dài zǒu) To take away
The first word is 带走 (dài zǒu) which means ‘to take away’. 带 means ‘to take’ and 走 (zǒu) means ‘to walk away’. When you are at a restaurant and you want to take the food away rather than eat there, you can say 我要带走。(Wǒ yào dài zǒu.).
走走 (zǒu zou) To take a stroll
Another word we can create with 走 (zǒu) is 走走 (zǒu zou). This means ‘to take a stroll’. A way of using it in a sentence is 今天天气不错，我们出去走走吧。(Jīntiān tiānqì búcuò, wǒmen chūqù zǒu zǒu ba.) The weather isn’t too bad today, let’s go out for a stroll.
走进 (zǒu jìn) To enter
Finally, we can create the word 走进 (zǒu jìn) which means ‘to enter’. which means ‘to enter’. A way of using it in a sentence is 你悄悄走进我的世界。(Nǐ qiāoqiāo zǒu jìn wǒ de shìjiè.) You silently entered my world.