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Dana T.A1Kwiziq community member

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Bonjour, 

Est-ce que c'est ne pas mieux à dire " je me promener" en lieu de je marche? 

Merci

Asked 3 years ago
Jim J.C1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor

Hi Dana,

I can't say which is better to use without understanding the context.

It's true that they both mean " to walk" but in what context do you have in mind?

Walking alone would suggest to me       "Je me promène" rather than  "Je marche"

Jim

Chris W.C1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor

se promener -- to take a walk.

There is a lesson on this: Expressing "to walk" with se promener/promener/marcher/aller à pied in French

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Bonjour, 

Est-ce que c'est ne pas mieux à dire " je me promener" en lieu de je marche? 

Merci

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