Is it grammatically correct?

Today I ran the hill to do physical exercises. I saw a truck and people working. I took pictures of flowers of the condominium garden. I chatted to some friends over the internet.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago
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    Today I ran UP the hill for exercise.  I saw a truck, and people working [trucks don't work].  I took PHOTOS of flowers in the condominium garden.  I chatted WITH some friends ON the internet.

  • 2 months ago

    It is grammatically correct, but very stiff sounding, like a robot reciting the sentences. 

    You could try:

    Today I ran the hill to get some exercise. I passed a truck and some people working. I also took pictures of some of the flowers in the condominium garden and later chatted with some friends on the internet.

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