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Italian exercise

So we have to do this task where we have to describe one image according to vaccation, in Italian.

I am VERY new to the italian language, so I made a few vague guesses myself and also cheated a bit with google translator, but I got something like this:

Questa è una foto di una spiaggia molto popolare a Hawaii. Essa mostra persone situata sulla spiaggia, ottenere una abbronzatura, e la gente di nuoto in acqua e bambini che giocano sulla riva. Un lieve brezza di mare porta in onde di mare aperto e le belle palme aggiungere alla spiaggia fascino. La Kailua-Kona spiaggia, come optional su l'immagine, è una spiaggia molto popolare con un sacco di turisti. Si trova sulla principale isola di Hawaii.

Could someone please correct me? Or mayybe point out what needs to improvev/ would descriobe the image below in a different way? The way we have to describe it is as if it were in a vaccation add. I would really appreciate some helpful comments, but please nothing like bashing, I get that from my teacher all the time :P

Thanks!



 
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