Caminar - to walk  

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The verb caminar means to walk.
Caminar is a regular -ar verb.

yo camino I walk
caminas you walk
Ud./él/ella camina you/he/she walks
nosotros/as caminamos we walk
vosotros/as camináis you all walk
Uds./ellos/ellas caminan you guys/they walk

Yo camino en el parque.
     I walk in the park.

caminas en la playa.
     You walk on the beach.

Él camina con el perro.
     He walks with the dog.

Ella camina al puente.
     She walks to the bridge.

usted camina
     you walk (formal)

Nosotros caminamos al supermercado.
     We walk to the supermarket.

    Vosotros camináis
     You all walk (familiar - only used in Spain)

Ellos caminan como robots.
     They walk like robots. (males)

Ellas caminan en la alfombra.
     They walk on the carpet. (females)

ustedes caminan
     you all walk (formal)

As with all verbs, you can leave out the personal pronoun and simply say:

    Camino en el parque.
     I walk in the park.
    Caminas en la playa.
     You walk on the beach.
    Camina con el perro.
     He walks with the dog.

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