+0

I really would like to know if these sentences are grammatically correct and natural for a native English speaker.

If not, can you please rephrase them for me? Thanks for your help in advance.


1) The author makes this story interesting because there is a lot of action running though the story. It is also written in the first person. This captivates the readers' attention because it looks as if it happened to the reader.

2) I won't spend a night in the jungle because I am afraid of the dark i would be terrified and helpless if I hear a tiger roaring.

3) In the jungle I would see many different types of trees and plants, and a wide variety of animals such as birds, insects, eagles, elephants, flies, frogs, monkeys, parrots, rhinoceros, snakes, tigers etc

+0

1) The author makes this story interesting by ensuring there is a lot of action all through it. It is also written in the first person, which captures captivates the reader's attention because it looks as if it is happening to him. r.

2) I won't spend a night in the jungle because I am afraid of the dark i would be terrified and helpless if I heard a tiger roaring.

3) In the jungle I would see many different types of trees and plants, and a wide variety of animals such as birds, insects, eagles, elephants, flies, frogs, monkeys, parrots, rhinoceros, snakes, tigers. etc (such as tells the reader that these are just examples. So does etc, so you don't need to say both.)

Clive

Comments  
Dicetrees and plants,

Trees are plants which means that you can delete the first and second words. Another possibility is to write it as trees and other plants. You can choose.