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Kids are having a thrill in riding on horses that are creating unusual shakes.

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Is "creating unusual shakes" correct?

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kumenglishThose kids are having a thrill in riding on the horses, that are creating unusual especially with all those moves and shakes.

Something like that.

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No. That's no good. Which kids and which horses are you talking about?

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Context: On the beach, parents hire horses for kids to ride on the horse. Kids are having a thrill while riding on the horse.

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Thanks for your corrections. Can we say that below?

Audiences are having a thrill watching the crime-thriller movie.

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kumenglishThanks for your corrections. Can we say that the sentence below?

Again, are you talking about a particular movie?

teechrAgain, are you talking about a particular movie?

Yes.

kumenglishYes.

OK, then use "the" or "that".

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