Can you go walking/going to walk tomorrow?

hectorivgg

New Member
Spanish-Mexico

Can you go walking tomorrow?

Can you going to walk tomorrow?

Can you walking tomorrow?


Hola , actualmente estoy estudiando este tema sin embargo no se si todas ellas sean correctas y ¿cuál es la mas apropiada?
 
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  • Agró

    Senior Member
    Spanish-Navarre

    Can you go:tick: walking tomorrow?

    Can you going:cross: to walk tomorrow?

    Can you walking:cross: tomorrow?


    Hola , actualmente estoy estudiando este tema sin embargo no se si todas ellas sean correctas y ¿cuál es la mas apropiada?

    Can va seguido siempre de infinitivo (go). Así pues, going y walking son incorrectas.
     

    gengo

    Senior Member
    American English
    Lo usual sería Can you go for a walk tomorrow?
    Yes, that is probably more common, but "Can you go walking tomorrow?" also sounds fine to me, in a situation where two people have the habit of walking together and one is asking the other if he/she is free tomorrow. On the other hand, if you and I had never walked together, I would definitely use your version.
     
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