R.Q1 "We should Inject more resources into the education system"
Is the phrase "inject into" rightly used ??
It's commonly used by the bureaucracy. I wouldn't write it. Apparently it's an analogy from medicine - a resource injection will heal the problem. I'm sure there are better verbs to use.
Q2 "More places for training courses covering a wider range of industries should be provided to upgrade unemployed people's skills"
Is there any thing wrong in the sentence structure??
It looks OK.
Thanks so much!!
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