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Hello,

1. older / at low tide /as /wade out /allowed to / he is / he grows.

1 A. As he grows older he is allowed to wade out at low tide.

2. look out / water / keep a / into deep / sharp / does not stray / so that he /his elders.

2 A. His elders keep a sharp look out so that he does not stray into deep water.

3. permitted to / from which /judgment/ he may / make small mistakes / he is / learn to make better.

3 A. He is permitted to make small mistakes from which he may learn to make better judgement.

4. are given / to swim / small canoes / the children / they own / are able / of their / when.

4 A. The children are given small canoes when the are able to swim on their own.

I have to rearrange the 1, 2, 3 and 4.

I have tried and written one after another.

Are they correct?

Thanks.
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The first three look correct. Your answer for (4) does not use the exact words of the question, but I wonder if you have actually typed the question correctly. Perhaps you could check this again.
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Hello,

1. are given / to swim / small canoes / the children / they / own / are able / of their / when.

1a) The children are given of their own small canoes when they are able to swim.

1b) The children are given small canoes when they are able to swim of their own.

Which one is correct?

Thanks.
hanuman_2000Which one is correct?
Neither, but you have many of the words in the right sequence. Start with:

"The children are given small canoes when they are able to swim."

Now you have to figure out where to put "of their own".
Hello,

1."The children are given small canoes of their own when they are able to swim."

Is this correct?

Thanks.
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hanuman_20001."The children are given small canoes of their own when they are able to swim."Is this correct?
Yep, you've got it now.
Yes it helped . 'His elders keep a sharp look out so that he does not stray into deep water.'

Yes

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