Could someone please correct the composition for me.
One dark, cold and rainy night, [redundant, if it is night time, it is dark.]I ran into my house, drenched from head to toe. I looked out of the window, watching the rain pour from the sky. It was a wonderful sight.
Mum told me to have a warm shower [see note 1] as I was all wet. I took her advice and headed for the bathroom straightaway. After the shower, I ran down to the living room. I turned on the television and was soon enjoying my favourite cartoons programme. My happiness was short-lived because I had hardly watched the programme for fifteen minutes when the television screen became dark. Soon I could see smoke coming from the back of the television which disappeared as soon as it came.
I told Mum that the television was out of order and that I had seen smoke coming out from the back of the television. She told me that she would ask Father to try to fix it. After taking a close look, Father said the television was beyond repair as certain parts in the television set had been burnt. [See note 2]
“I’ll buy a new one tomorrow,” he said. I was very glad when I heard that because our existing television was bought many years ago. [See note 2]
The writing has similar problems as others in the past. There is a bit of improvement, but your son still needs instruction on crafting more complex compound sentences that contain multiple thoughts. The short, choppy ones that detail out specific redundant steps in the narrative do not make very interesting reading.
Here's my revision of the story.
After running into my house one cold and rainy night, drenched from head to toe, I watched the pouring rain from the window. Mom urged me to have a warm shower and get into dry clothing. Taking her advice, I got a quick shower and change of clothes before running downstairs to enjoy my favorite cartoon program on the television.
Fifteen minutes later my enjoyment came to an abrupt end with the screen going dark and a puff of smoke coming from the back of the television.
Reporting the trouble to Mum, she said she would ask Father to fix it. Father had a look and said the television had shorted out and was beyond repair so he would buy a new one tomorrow. This was good news since he bought our existing television many years ago.
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