Does this basically translate to "go walking"?
So what does "đi" mean exactly?
"Đi" means " go"
"Đi an " ... means .go eat.
"đi" itself also means "to walk" but "đi bộ" here is like jogging but it can be translated to walk, they are partly the same
"to jog" is more likely chạy bộ
Thí should translate differently, its more like "go for a walk!" - like you are telling sonebody to do it. "Đi" is added after verb to make it into an 'order' ie. "Đi ăn!" - go eat! / đi bộ - go walk etc
You mean the imperative particle đi: ăn đi, đi bộ đi!
Đi bộ reminds me of "踱步"
Dạo vs bộ