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Can I say,

(a) When Ali walked towards to / walked to the shelf, he saw a suspicious boy.

(b) When Ali walked towards the end corner of the library, he saw a boy looked

suspicius.

(c) When Ali walked to the second shelf, he saw a boy trying to hide a book into his shirt

nervously.

(d) The boy saw Ali and felt very nervous and scared.

(e) The boy seemed / looked very nervous and scared.
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Vincent TeoThanks !! "Another question" instead of "another questions".
Well, you posted 3 (three), not one, question. This requires:

Other questions:
Vincent TeoCan I say,

(a) When Ali walked towards to / walked to the shelf, he saw a suspicious boy.

(b) When Ali walked towards the end far corner of the library, he saw a boy who looked

suspicious.

(c) When Ali walked to the second shelf row of shelves, he saw a boy nervously trying to hide a book into in/under his shirt

nervously.

(d) The boy saw Ali and felt/became very nervous and scared.

(e) The boy seemed / looked very nervous and scared. OK

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Thanks for your reply. I got few questions here.

(b) When Ali walked towards the end far corner of the library, he saw a boy who looked
suspicious. (what is "far corner" means? "why can't we use "end corner"?)

(c) When Ali walked to the second shelf row of shelves, he saw a boy nervously trying to hide
a book into in/under his shirt nervously.

(Why can't we put adverb (nervously) at the end of the sentence?)

Thanks. I just wonder to know more.
>I just wonder to know more.

This is bad English.

Say:

I just want to know more.

For your level of English, I'd suggest you should just listen to what Yankee or others are telling you and try memorize those model constructions, not debate them.

You still need to first memorize the good patterns of the English language. Then you can start putting more questions.

The way you do things now doesn't work, you imagine that everything is possible and it isn't.

You don't listen enough.
Anyone can help?
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