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He pointed the tree.

"There is a tree."

Then he pointed another tree.

"There is a tree."

Then he say, "There is a tree, there is a tree."

He pointed tree A then pointed tree B.

Does it sound natural?

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    He pointed at the tree. ... ... "There is a tree, and there is another tree." Commented Jun 15, 2017 at 2:50

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As @P.E.Dant points out, usually one would say

There is a tree and there is a tree.
There is a tree, and there is another tree.
There is a tree, and there is also a tree.

but if the speaker is very young, for example only 5 years old

There is a tree! There is a tree!

might be expected. It also sounds like the speaker is very excited about seeing a tree!

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