Your sentence is understandable. What do you think is wrong?
I know the idea in the sentence sounds pretty weird, but I was wondering if it can be used in writings.
Years of experiencing the hardships of life in the poor social conditions can lead to many parentsí encouraging their children to study abroad.
If the sentence is correct, then is there any way I can nominalise the underlined section, please?
Otherwise, as Mike said, it's OK as-is.
Not a teacher.
Suggested minor corrections:
Years of experiencing the hardships of life in
thepoor social conditions can lead to many parents encouraging their children to study abroad.
Last edited by Rover_KE; 21-Nov-2014 at 22:48. Reason: Adding 'Not a teacher'.
Of course, your sentence will not be by itself. It will have company. You will need to know how well it will fit in with the rest of your essay.
Masood_S, please state that you are not a teacher, in accordance with forum rules.
Mehrgan, a better title would have been encouraging their children to study abroad.
Rover is quite right that a good title includes some or all of the words you are querying. However, it is worth noting that "grammatically correct" is a much better phrase than "correct in grammar".
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.