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    Cool focus

    Hi,

    Are both sentences correct?

    The text focuses the violence problem.
    The text focuses on the violence problem.

    Otherwise, can you correct them? Thanks!

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    Re: focus

    Quote Originally Posted by bieasy View Post
    Hi,

    Are both sentences correct?

    The text focuses the violence problem.
    The text focuses on the violence problem.

    Otherwise, can you correct them? Thanks!
    "The text focuses on the problem of violence".

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