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Can you help me correct this phrases

1) Yesterday something really funny and unusual happened to me at the swimming pool
2) I was swimming when I saw a guy that was climbing the diving board's stairs (?). It was very convinced (?) and he jumped the last two steps.
3) He prepared his dive and started to run but he fell over the board.
He fell into the water. When I saw him out of the pool, his back was totally red.
4) I know that he got hurt but that was very funny.

Thanks

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asked by Franco
  1. convinced (?) a = convincing

    Shame on you for thinking it's funny when someone gets hurt!

    Sra

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