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    No matter how extraordinarily diverse Indian customs and culture have been, Indian..

    Is there a problem with these two senceteces , in meaning or in grammer;


    1- No matter how extraordinarily diverse Indian customs and culture have been, Indian culture was primarily oral, with a high value placed on recounting tales and dreams.

    2- Although Turks have been living in cities for centuries, Turkish society was originally nomadic, preferring to be on the move constantly.


    Thank you.

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    Re: No matter how extraordinarily diverse Indian customs and culture have been, India

    Welcome to the forum, alimurat.

    The only mistake I can find is that you have misspelt 'grammar'.

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    Re: No matter how extraordinarily diverse Indian customs and culture have been, India

    You also misspelled "sentences" in your question.

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