I'm translating the following into Latin (using present tense). Does it look OK to you, please?
You have to unlock the door with a key before you can open it.
Necesse est ut PORTAM CLĀVE RESERĒS antequam APERIĀS.
Go closer to do that.
Ī propius ut id faciās.
You make your bow into a fishing rod, using its string and using its wooden shaft.
ARCUM tuum, et līneā et bacillō ligneō ūtendō, in harundinem piscātōriam transformās.