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    Walk down / on / along on

    Hi teachers!

    Do you say "When I was walking along on the street..." or "When I was walking on the street.."?

    "walking down" is much more familiar to me, but I happend to find the expressions above on the Internet.

    Thank you


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    Re: Walk down / on / along on

    Make it "walking along/walking down/or /walking up the street.

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