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    inject into...

    Q1 "We should Inject more resources into education system"

    Is the phrase "inject into" rightly used ??



    Q2 "More
    places for training course covering a wider range of industries should be providedto upgrade unemployed people 's skills"

    Is there any thing wrong in the sentence structure??

    Thanks so much!!

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    Re: inject into...

    Quote Originally Posted by KSSEEJ View Post
    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!!
    R.

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