2. Is "it's adj./n. to do sth." more natural than "doing sth. is adj./n."?
For example: (which version is better? or better suggestions?)
It's a good idea to do sports.
Doing sports is a good idea.
It's very relaxing and enjoyable to go travelling, and healthy to do sports.
Going travelling is relaxing and enjoyable, and doing sports is healthy.
It can make me stronger and healthier to do sports.
Doing sports can make me stronger and healthier.
3. I saw this sentence: I also can play computer games at home.
But I think it would be better to say: I can also play computer games at home.
4. In this sentence: I can enjoy ice creams and lots of fresh fruits in summer.
Are "ice creams" & "fresh fruits" wrong? I think it should be "I can enjoy ice cream and lots of fresh fruit in summer". How to use "fruit" correctly? when to use its plural form, and when singular form?
5. Do these sentences mean the same?
I don't have to do my homework.
I needn't (don't need to) do my homework every day.
6. I can eat ice cream during the summer vacation/ summer vacations/ summer vacation? (which one is right?)
7. Original: There is not as much traffic as in other big citiees.
Mine: The traffic is not so heavy as in other big cities.
8. Orignal: I can swim in the sea, and I can taste a lot of different sea food.
Mine: I can swim in the sea, and taste a lot of different seafood.
Sorry for my boring content. But as I am now teaching English for kids, I need to question these unclear ones written by other Chinese. I want my kids could learn most genuin English, so I need to confirm if these sentences are right.
Thank you in advance!
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1. I know it should be "on (summer/winter)holiday/vacation". We say "I'm on holiday now. I will go travelling on summer vacation", can I say "it's very hot in summer vacations"? 2. Is "it's adj./n. to do sth." more natural than "doing sth. is adj./n."? For example: (which version is better? or