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I forgot to add the following sentences.
Thank you very much.


1) Johnny is sitting on a bench and he is eating (biting in?? is it possible?) his hot dog.
The hot dog is so gross because it is filled (stuffed?) with ketchup and mustard.
2) He is wearing a two-color V-necked T-shirt and probably a pair of jeans.
3) Storm is sitting on a table near him. She is observing him eating. She is wearing her (died red) hair tied at the back. She has a lot of jewellery on: a chain of beads (?), a necklace with a pendant and lots of bracelets around her right wrist.
4) She is working at a summer camp with a group of kids. She thinks they have no willpower since don't seem to trust themselves. (they have no self confidence/confidence in themselves). She wants them to gain confidence/trust themselves more (?)Which one is possible?
5) Johnny proposes taking them rafting.
He has been an instructor since last year.

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    1) Johnny is sitting on a bench and he is biting into his hot dog. The hot dog is gross because it is covered with ketchup and mustard.

    2) He is wearing a two-toned, V-neck T-shirt and probably a pair of jeans.

    3) Storm is sitting on a table near him. She is observing him eating. She is wearing her dyed-red hair tied at the back of her neck. She has a lot of jewelry on: a chain of beads, a necklace with a pendant, and lots of bracelets around her right wrist.

    4) She is working at a summer camp with a group of kids. She thinks they have no willpower since don't seem to have much self-confidence. She wants them to trust themselves more than they do now.
    (Either phrasing is possible; just watch the surrounding words: adverbs, prepositions, or whatever.)

    5) Johnny suggests taking them rafting.
    He has been an instructor since last year.

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