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Look at the children swimming in the river on the top right side. You shoud not let the children swim in the river by themselves.

Look at the two people who are pitching the tent. It is a little dangerous to pitch a tent near a river.
If it rains, they will be in danger. And then look at the man, who is holding a stone to hit the big nail. It is dangerous. He may hurt himself.

Look at the person on the top right. A person is hiking with a cane. He is wearing shorts. It's dangerous. He should not wear shorts in the mountains when he goes hiking. A snake may bite him. Plants my hurt him.

Look at the table at the center in the picture. A squirrel is eating food. You should not let food out at the camping site. Look at the bottom left side. A young man is chopping wood with an ax. He should be careful not to hurt himself.

Look at the bottom right side. There is a bonfire. It is dangerous to have a bonfire near a tent without a person.
You can also burn the mountain with the bonfire.

If you intend to go camping, you should keep safety rules. To be a good camper, you should know how to survive and how to preserve the campsite.

(Would you like to correct the passage? Thank you?.

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    Look at the children swimming in the river on the top right side. You should not let the children swim in the river by themselves.

    Look at the two people who are pitching the tent. It is very dangerous to pitch a tent near a river. If it rains, they will be in danger. And then look at the man, who is holding a stone to hit the big nail. It is dangerous. He may hurt himself.

    Look at the person at the top right. A person is hiking with a cane. He is wearing shorts. It's dangerous.<~~I'd delete the two previous sentences; they're repetitive. He should not wear shorts in the mountains when he goes hiking. A snake may bite him. Plants may hurt him.

    Look at the table in the center in the picture. A squirrel is eating food. You should not leave food out at the camping site. Look at the bottom left side. A young man is chopping wood with an ax. He should be careful not to hurt himself.

    Look at the bottom right side. There is a bonfire. It is dangerous to have a bonfire near a tent without someone there to watch it. You can also burn the forest with the bonfire.

    If you intend to go camping, you should heed the safety rules. To be a good camper, you should know how to survive and how to preserve the campsite.

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    Thank you. I appreciate your help.
    I'd like to become a writer like a native speaker in the future.

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    I worthy aim! In fact, you will do better than most native speakers because you actually "think" about what you write! Bravo!

    Sra

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    "May" is used to ask permission; "might" is a better term. "May I eat the last piece of cake?" "I might eat the last piece of cake" indicates possibility rather than permission. Therefore substitute "might" for "may" in your sentences, e.g., "Plants might hurt him."

    I hope this helps a little more. Thanks for asking

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