What about a walk?
What about going for a walk?
What do you say to going for a walk?
Do you feel like having a walk with me?
She likes walking.
Please accompany me on my walk.
I don't feel like having a walk now.
I'm afraid I cannot go for a walk with you.
Did you go for a walk in the morning?
What do you say to a hike along the lake?
I always walk in the quiet of the night.
I walked in the garden, breathing the smell of the fresh air.
I really like to go for walking in rain.
He took the dog for a walk.
He is now taking a walk in the open air.
Let's take a walk along the beach.
A: What did you say?
B: I said it's a lovely day. Why don't we go for a walk?
A: Well, I feel a little tired.
B: Come on! It's good for our physical and mental health.
A: Then can you wait a few minutes? I want to finish writing this letter.
B: I hope it won't be too long. It would be a shame not to take advantage of such lovely weather.
A: It won't be long. No more than ten minutes. Why don't you go ahead and I'll meet you in the park?
B: Okay! See you later!