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My favourite farm animal is a horse. It lives on the farm. It likes to eat grass. It goes neigh and gallops around. It works hard on the farm and does all of the pulling work. It has a baby. It is called a pony. Horse is fun to ride.
I made a couple of corrections, but the others are grammatically correct. They are very simple sentences, and if you were writing a story for someone other than a child, you would want to combine some to make the reading more interesting. I've rewritten these at the end as an example.
My favourite farm animal is a horse.
It lives on the farm.
It likes to eat grass.
Put the sound in quotation marks.
It goes, "Neigh" and gallops around.
It does all of the pulling work on the farm.
A baby horse is a foal, colt (male), or filly (female). A pony is a small horse, even when it is grown.
It has a baby. It is called a foal.
Use an article before horse.
A horse is fun to ride.
My favourite farm animal is a horse. It lives on a farm, likes to eat grass, and gallops around. The sound that horses make is called a neigh. Baby horses are called foals. Horses are fun to ride.
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