Translation:For a child?
A LOT of sentences ARE unnatural to the english language speakers. Examples are replete. The course contributors (whoever those lofty elites are) have this pronoun stuff messed up from the beginning of the course to the end (I am surmizing here because I haven't finished the course, and if the rest of the course is like this I probably never will.) Don't misunderstand me. Overall this is a good course, perhaps even great. But this pronoun business is killing it in terms of student frustration. Eventually, frustration will tend to override the fact that it is free.