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    Talking Does these three sentence correct?

    Does these three sentence correct? Which one is better. If not, can you help me correct it. Thanks.

    1. However, as to whether it's more important for the government to build art museums than to build recreational devices, answers vary.

    2. However, as to the question of whether it's more important for the government to build art museums than to build recreational devices, answers vary.

    3. However, is it more important for the government to build art museums than to build recreational devices? Answers vary.

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    Re: Does these three sentence correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by heyuting View Post
    Does Are these three sentence correct? Which ones is are better. If not any, can you help me correct it or them. Thanks.

    1. However, as to whether it's more important for the government to build art museums than to build recreational devices, answers vary. OK

    2. However, as to the question of whether it's more important for the government to build art museums than to build recreational devices, answers vary. OK

    3. However, is it more important for the government to build art museums than to build recreational devices? Answers vary. OK
    Perhaps you mean "facilities" rather than "devices".

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    Re: Does these three sentence correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by heyuting View Post
    Does these three sentence correct? Which one is better. If not, can you help me correct it. Thanks.

    1. However, as to whether it's more important for the government to build art museums than to build recreational devices, answers vary.

    2. However, as to the question of whether it's more important for the government to build art museums than to build recreational devices, answers vary.

    3. However, is it more important for the government to build art museums than to build recreational devices? Answers vary.
    They are acceptable. You could also write, "However, answers vary as to whether it's more important ..."

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    Re: Does these three sentence correct?

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    May I most respectfully suggest that you put the subject and verb first:

    Answers vary, however. as to whether it is more important for the government to build art museums

    rather than recreational facilities.

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    Re: Does these three sentence correct?

    Thanks. Here I mean "facilities"
    Quote Originally Posted by billmcd View Post
    Perhaps you mean "facilities" rather than "devices".

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    Re: Does these three sentence correct?

    Great, that's also a good choice. Thanks.
    Quote Originally Posted by TheParser View Post
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    May I most respectfully suggest that you put the subject and verb first:

    Answers vary, however. as to whether it is more important for the government to build art museums

    rather than recreational facilities.

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    Re: Does these three sentence correct?

    Ok, thanks.
    Quote Originally Posted by Raymott View Post
    They are acceptable. You could also write, "However, answers vary as to whether it's more important ..."

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