Re: does this sentence have any grammatical error ? thx
With the slight amendments I've made, it's grammatically OK but it's very wordy and a little unnatural. I'm not even sure I have the meaning correct. I think it means:
Originally Posted by wzncx
"Some people believe that a culture is reflected in its language. The government should allocate some of its revenue to the protection of that language".
Is that what you meant?
Note that we allocate funds "to" something, not "of" something.
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.