'go for a walk' to a child

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    A child learns language by hearing it -- you can say "You look like a zebra" or "Let's go for a walk" and the child will come to associate whatever you say, assuming you say the same thing every time, with the activity. In this case, I would keep it simple: Walk?

    I don't think these are the sorts of language questions we handle in English Only. You might like to try the Cultural Cafe.
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