"Ik loop en zij loopt."
Vertaling:I walk and she walks.
This is an English course for people from the Netherlands. In the Netherlands the translations are:
- lopen/wandelen = to walk
- rennen/hardlopen = to run
This is slightly different in Flanders where they use "lopen" for "to run". There is a Dutch course for people who speak English: https://www.duolingo.com/course/nl-NL/en/Lerne-Holl%C3%A4ndisch-Online
It might be better to ask you questions there.