#1 Walk her across town
When you write you should use specific verbs to illustrate what it is your characters are doing. Never mind the active voice, give me a verb that describes itself on its own. One can walk, yes- but how are they walking? Are they gliding, hopping, skipping, tripping, flopping, striding, sulking, stomping?
This is one of the ways show, don’t tell can be implemented. By giving specific verbs you won’t bog down your reader in a sea of adjectives and adverbs. Sometimes it can be necessary to take out a thesaurus when you feel your verbs aren’t good enough. You need to keep your readers engaged in your story and this will help you do that.
To remember this think: It will always be better to say “she jogged” than “She ran slowly”.