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    #1

    go outdoor

    Please check the following sentences.

    1. Sometimes he likes to go outdoor, like mountains or beaches, to get close to nature.
    2. He often goes to nearby beaches to get inspirations to make creative drawing.

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    Re: go outdoor

    Quote Originally Posted by Ashiuhto View Post
    1. Sometimes he likes to go outdoors, like mountains or beaches, to get close to nature.
    2. He often goes to nearby beaches for inspiration to draw.
    To avoid the repetition of "like" in the first sentence, you could say simply
    .
    Sometimes he goes outdoors, like mountains or beaches, to get close to nature.

    The word "creative" in the second sentence is unnecessary: it is implied in the word "inspiration".
    Last edited by abaka; 05-Jul-2012 at 03:52.

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