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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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(a) When Ali walked towards to / walked to the shelf, he saw a suspicious boy. This isn't clear. It may mean that Ali was suspicious of the boy, or that the boy look with suspicion to Ali.

(b) When Ali walked towards the end corner of the library, he saw a boy who/that looked suspicius.
Thanks. How about other sentences? Walked towards to / walked towards / walked to...?
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I don't like to reply to everything. I get easily bored ...
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Another questions:
(i) When John walked past to the next shelf in the library, he saw a boy in the shelf.

(ii) In the library, when John walked past the bookshelf, he saw a nervous boy putting a book
in his shirt.

(iii) The hardworking bookwarm, Ah Ming, likes reading in the library during recess time.
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>Another questions:

This is wrong, and you should know it by now, after so many posts.

Use
Another question
or
Other questions
>The hardworking bookwarm

You probably mean bookworm.

This is again moralistic. This may work in Chinese, don't know, but not in English, where people tend to moralize less these days. People would laugh at your for such sentences. But you're free to write them.
Thanks !! "Another question" instead of "another questions".
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