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Could you please check the following verbs concerning the movements or the sounds made by certain animals?


1) A pig grunts/snorts and squeals.
2) A mouse squeaks.
3) The eagle swooped down on its pray.
4) A mouse scurries.
5) I'm able to walk, trot and canter a horse but I can't gallop it.
6) The cat scampered up/off the tree.
The cat scampered along the lane.
The cat climbed over/down/up the fence.
It climbed to the top of the tree.

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    In 5, it would be better to say that the horse walks, trots, and canters...

    Everything else is fine.

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