what's the meaning of the sentence?
if i do not run,i do not walk
I asked my cousin who lives in Brazil and she said it would most likely mean "you don't really get anywhere just by walking if you have the ability to run"
Duolingo probably got the sentence off of a motivational poster hanging on a wall in some office building...
Hehhe maybe.... ive never heard that before...
Smoke some weed man, you'll see...
Heheh... maybe the person just enjoy running. If he doesnt do that, he wont do anything else :)
I must confess i still find it strange :P
Think of a stubborn kid whose mother told: don't run, walk with me.
Perhaps it has some deep meaning. If I do not face the hard problem now (run), I will not be able to have it easier later on (walk).
This clearly has a deep and profound meaning... Its an old chinese proverb.
In all my life, I have never uttered such words
I think it has more to do with using the verbs for run and walk to remind us they are there
kind of ,,, If I don't run I don't advance...
Does it mean : if I don't run, I won't progress/take steps forward?
no, it has a literal meaning! =)
Why isn't "Se eu nao corro, nao caminho " not accepted .Why do you need to have two "eu"'s in a sentence, no chance of it being anyone else walking?
Why is "If I don't run, I don't walk" wrong?
I had that accepted today, but it's still a weird sentence