To go somewhere quickly and noisily, being angry.
She ... into the house and took without saying hello.
To walk up and down in a small area, being nervous or angry.
She would have the exam some minutes later, so she was ... around her room.
To jump an obstacle while you're running
To move quietly and silently, especially when hunting.
Choose those words that are related to a proud or confident way of walking.
To move from one side to the other
Swaaaaaayyy, Swaaaaaayyy, Swaaaaaayyy, Swaaaaaayyy
To walk with short steps and moving from one side to the other, like a duck.
Waddle, because it's the sound of a duck walking
What does "crawl" mean?
To walk by using the hands and knees.
To move forward very slowly
It's a swimming style
Relate this picture with a way of walking
Relate this shit with something. It's quite easy, isn't it?
Emmh, maybe... frogmarch? Hum, I don't think so... Well, I think I don't have a better option anyway.
I'm sure it's strut
I think it's lunge
Must be prowle
Choose those words that refer to an unsteady way of walking.
To creep is to move slowly, quietly and carefully
This is a snake. To go somewhere secretly, trying to avoid beeing seen is...
This is Spock, from Star *spend time walking, especially in mountains and for enjoyment and interest*.
He spend the summer ... the mountains.
Fill with the preposition
I told her that I loved her, that I wanted to be with her, and hug her and kiss her, and sleep with her, and get married with her, and have children and spend holidays with the family, and then we'd have grandchildren and stay all together at Chistmas for the rest of our lives.
She laughted ... my face.
In front of
Stammer and stutter mean to speak with pauses and repeating the same sound or syllable
To say something quickly and in an angry way
To look surprised, with the mouth open
Which of these means "to look in an unpleasant way, with ill"?
Which of these means "look quickly and secretly, esp. through a small opening"?
Which of these means "to look with difficulty, carefully, not being able to see well"?
What is "to glare"?
To stare angrily
To look for a long time
To look quickly and briefly
How do you say "to look quickly and briefly"?
What is "to squint"?
To look sith the eyes half closed, to see better or because of the light
To move quickly and secretly
To laugh secretly
To speak in a low voice, not to be understood
What's the difference between "gaze" and "stare"?
That gaze is only to look steadily, and stare is to gaze with the eyes wide open.
That gaze is only to look steadily, and stare is to gaze angrily
That gaze is to look for a short time, and stare is to look for a long time
That stare is to look with eyes wide open and gaze is to stare with mouth open too.
Which of these doesn't exist?
To walk with slow steps