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When the supermodel walked down/along the catwalk, I found it hard to look away.

I think "along" works better in the above than "down" because the catwalk is usually very level. Yet, the original uses "down" and that confuses me. What are your comments? Thanks.
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AngliholicWhen the supermodel walked down/along the catwalk, I found it hard to look away.

I think "along" works better in the above than "down" because the catwalk is usually very level. Yet, the original uses "down" and that confuses me. What are your comments? Thanks.
Hi,

To me, along could be interpreted as parallel to. You are walking along with me but not on the same path that I am walking. The word down here means from the top (beginning) of the catwalk.
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AngliholicWhen the supermodel walked down/along the catwalk, I found it hard to look away.

I think "along" works better in the above than "down" because the catwalk is usually very level. Yet, the original uses "down" and that confuses me. What are your comments? Thanks.

Hi,

To me, along could be interpreted as parallel to. You are walking along with me but not on the same path that I am walking. The word down here means from the top (beginning) of the catwalk.
Thanks, HT.

Got it.