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    I'm beaten by the following sentences, written by a kid, which are somewhat awkward or unidiomatic. Please correct them.

    1. He always draws beautiful scenery on a beach.
    2. He's good at drawing, so he has become a succesful painter since he was only fifteen years old.
    3. Every picture he drew is cheap.
    4. He said a good picture should be shared with everybody.
    5. Although he is already 80 years old, he still goes to many places to paint beautiful scenery.
    Last edited by Ashiuhto; 12-Jul-2012 at 02:28.

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