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    structure correction!

    The chief editorial concern in magazine publishing is presenting a mix of news, information, and entertain, all target at the audience magazine seeks to reach.

    Can some one point out which one is wrong among the four underline words. I feel entertain should be entertainment.

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    Re: structure correction!

    I agree. I also think 'target' should be in the past participle form and there should be a definite article between audience and magazine.

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