“Caminar, andar, pasear” To walk in Spanish
Three verbs for the same action? Here’s a tip to learn when to use them.
When you say “CAMINAR” you are speaking about walking with a purpose (normally for pleasure but also to think, to evade from any problem, to do exercise, etc.).
“ANDAR” is just walking.
And “PASEAR” is for pleasure only.
All verbs are regular in the present tense.
¡Hola amigos! Hoy voy a pasear por las calles de Paris. Me encanta andar. Quiero caminar todo el día y por la noche voy a cenar con amigos. ¿Les gustaría cenar con nosotros?
Hello friends! Today I’m going to walk on the streets of Paris. I love to walk. I want to walk all day and at night I’m going to have dinner with friends. Would you like to have dinner with us?