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    walk or walking?

    Hi,

    Do I need to change "walk" in the following sentence to "walking"?


    The hikers were drooping by the end of their walk in the hot sun.


    Thanks a lot

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    Re: walk or walking?

    Quote Originally Posted by Silverobama View Post
    Hi,

    Do I need to change "walk" in the following sentence to "walking"? no


    The hikers were drooping by the end of their walk in the hot sun.


    Thanks a lot
    2006

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