Are these 2 the same?
Do you want to walk on Waterfront?
Do you want to take a walk on Waterfront?
I know 2 is more common, but just curious if I use 1, how that would sound?
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Both are correct but with 'walk on' the "walk" is a verb,
In the second one, using 'a walk', walk is a noun.
They mean the same thing accept that one is a verb and the other is a noun. But they are still the same word.
It's pretty simple though, the first one:
Would you like to walk (which is an action a.k.a. a verb) on the Waterfront?
The second one:
Would you like to take a walk (the "a" causes 'walk' to be a thing a.k.a. a noun) on the Waterfront?