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What's the correct form to use : on walk, by walk or on walking?

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Hi,

What are you trying to say?

Something like this?

eg He walks to school.

eg He comes to school on foot.

Clive
"On walking" is the only pairing you give which makes sense. Assuming you mean something like: "On walking past my school(,) I saw my old friend."
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She always goes to school by walk /on walk

What's the correct sentence?

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She always goes to school by walk /on walk

What's the correct sentence?

Neither of them is correct. You can say "She always walks to school", or "She always goes to school on foot".