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    Society in Nordic countries

    I am wondering if my sentence sounds natural. I am not sure if I should use singular or plural in the word "society".

    Society in Nordic countries is based on high taxes, conformism and political expediency.

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    Re: Society in Nordic countries

    I think your sentence sounds very good.

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