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    Which sentence is grammatically wrong ?

    Dear teachers,

    Which sentence is grammatically wrong ?

    1. Some passionately argue that providing national galleries and purpose-built museums is primarily for governments.

    2. London has an old infrastructure but it is immensely popular for its galleries and museums.
    3. Cultural attractions are critically important in mega-cities for jobs.
    4. A city crucially depends on its own cultural heritage.
    5. Poorly-managed transport is extremely bad for a city.
    6. I wholeheartedly believe that money should be spent generously on mass transport network and on cultural places.


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    Re: Which sentence is grammatically wrong ?

    This is a new format! People usually ask which of them is right (altough it's not so bad, for a change).
    Please be aware that I'm neither a native English speaker nor a teacher.

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