How do you say “I walked 3 km today.” in Japanese?
Today’s phrase is :
I walked _ km today.
kyouwa* _ kiro aruitayo
If you want to speak politely, you can say :
kyouwa* _ kiro arukimashita
When you want to say “I walked _ km today.”, put the distance you walked just before “キロ kiro”.
“キロ” means “kilometers”.
For example, if you want to say “I walked 3 km today.”, you can say like this :
kyouwa sankiro aruitayo
Or politely :
kyouwa sankiro arukimashita
- I walked ＝ わたしは歩きました watashiwa arukimashita
- today ＝ 今日は kyouwa
We do not usually say “わたしは watashiwa (= I)” in everyday conversation.
わたしは 歩きました I walked