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Hello, 

I am not sure whether the three sentence make sense in term of grammar and semantics.

Can you give me a hand with checking them

Thank you for your help.

1.Because general outdoor activities did not bring me the sense of satisfactory, I diverted my attention to the extreme activities, pursuing unique experiences

2. an enormous typhoon hit the mountain our climbing team mounted, causing the heavy rain that contributed to a large-scale landslide that flowed a great amount of soil toward us.

3. an enormous typhoon hit the mountain our climbing team mounted, causing the heavy rain that contributed to a large-scale landslide that flowed a great amount of soil toward us.
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kk
Hello, 

I am not sure whether the three sentence make sense in term of grammar and semantics.
Can you give me a hand with checking them
Thank you for your help.

1.Because general outdoor activities did not bring me the sense of satisfactory, I diverted my attention to the extreme activities, pursuing unique experiences

2. an enormous typhoon hit the mountain our climbing team mounted, causing the heavy rain that contributed to a large-scale landslide that flowed a great amount of soil toward us.

3. an enormous typhoon hit the mountain our climbing team mounted, causing the heavy rain that contributed to a large-scale landslide that flowed a great amount of soil toward us.

How about this? An enormous typhoon hit the mountain our [omit redundant climbing] team had climbed [better than mounted, here because of the use of the word mountain], causing the heavy rain that contributed to a large-scale landslide that sent a great amount of soil flowing toward us.
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Hello KK,

I submitted this post to you on July 2nd, (where you had the third sentence included):

1- Because common outdoor activities did not give me enough satisfaction, I turned to more extreme forms, in pursuit of experiences that were unique.

2- An enormous typhoon, carrying heavy rains, hit the mountain our team had climbed, causing a large-scale landslide of soil to flow toward us.

or

- The mountain our team had climbed was hit with an enormous typhoon, bringing heavy rains that caused a large-scale landslide of soil that flowed toward us.

3- To counter the unhappiness [the mundane routines] of their daily life, they choose [chose?] to unwind by taking up extreme sports including skydiving, windsurfing, and underwater swimming.
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1. Because general outdoor activities did not bring me a sense of satisfaction, I diverted my attention to extreme activities, pursuing unique experiences.

2. An enormous typhoon hit the mountain our climbing team had climbed, causing heavy rain that contributed to a large-scale landslide that flowed a great amount of soil toward us. (This is a very awkward and unnatural sentence, KK, though I cannot slight the grammar.)

3. is the same as #2

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