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    #1

    vocabulary problem

    Can anyone please tell me if we can say "a big city hands young people the great chance to..."?

    Can we also say "activities take place in a limited extension"?
    Last edited by JULIAMAY2; 13-Apr-2010 at 22:39.

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    #2

    Re: vocabulary problem

    1. A big city offers . . .

    2. I don't understand your next question.

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    #3

    Re: vocabulary problem

    I want to say that in a village a limited number of activities is provided.Something like that...

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    #4

    Re: vocabulary problem

    Can we also say "activities take place in a limited extension"?
    No, that is not correct. You can say:
    There are limited activities available to young people in a village. or
    Activities for young people are limited in a village.

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