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    Are these sentences correct?

    1) The train in this city is more of a inter-provincial and provincial train rather than than inter-city train.
    2) The train does not serve the city but provincially, they are not like subway that serve only the city.

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    Re: Are these sentences correct?

    1) Rail transport in this city provides more of an inter-provincial and provincial service rather than than inner-city one.
    2) Trains do not serve the city but the provinces. They are not like a subway that serves only the city.
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    Re: Are these sentences correct?

    Thanks Rover. :)

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