“The soles of my feet are raw from all that walking.”

English Lesson: The soles of my feet are raw from all that walking.

You're visiting another city for sightseeing. Today, you and your friend walked around the city for a long time. Now your feet hurt, so you complain to your friend.

The soles of my feet are raw from all that walking.

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the soles of (someone's) feet

The bottom part of a person's foot is called the "sole" of the foot. Shoes also have "soles":

It looks like I've worn through the soles.

This word is not too casual or too formal. You can use it in almost any situation.

(part of someone's skin) is raw

If part of your skin rubs against something a lot, it might become red and painful. When this happens, you can say that that part of your skin is "raw".

This happens, for example, if you use a shovel to dig for a long time without wearing gloves. The skin on your hands will become raw.

all that (doing something)

Use this phrase to talk about an action that you've done a lot:

He's gotten pretty thin from all that running.

All that waiting around made me nervous, so I went across the street and got a snack.