is 'we go by the way' not correct?
Can this not also mean, 'we walk on the road' (eg, because the footpath is blocked just here)?
"We walk on the road" is "Vi går på vejen".
"Vi går ved vejen" means "We walk along (or close to) the road"
But "We walk along the road" was NOT accepted.
Fair enough. Thanks!
It corrected me to say 'we go at the road' That is just not good English.
Could 'street' be used instead of road? I know there's a separate word for it, but is it possible for 'vej' to mean street?
Not here. Definitely in real life.
The slow and the "normal" version sound very different.