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    Are these sentence grammatically correct?

    Is there any grammer problem?

    The evidence seems to indicate that immigration has positives results in the economy, fill labor and skills shortages in the UK. However, immigration has negatives results in strain on public service, education system, transport and housing.



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    Re: Are these sentence grammatically correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by feras123 View Post
    Is there any grammer problem?

    The evidence seems to indicate that immigration has positives results in the economy, filling labor and skillx shortages in the UK. However, immigration also has negativex results, straining public services, the education system, transportation, and housing.

    [I edit copy and have tutored college writing.]

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    Re: Are these sentence grammatically correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by feras123 View Post
    Is there any grammer problem?

    The evidence seems to indicate that immigration has positives results in the economy, filling labor and skills shortages in the UK. However, immigration has negatives results in strain on public services, education systems, transportations and dwellings.

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    Thanks ever so much


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    Re: Are these sentence grammatically correct?

    transportations and dwellings
    Transportation was a criminal penalty, therefore where AmE uses transportation, BrE uses transport. He is based in London so it is better to go with the BrE version.

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