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    Is this sentence formaly writing?

    Hello friends, I wrote this, and I would like to know if it is correct and formal?

    I believe that Japan will be chosen as their country of residence, because of the number of problems that children will face if they decide to return to Peru. The children are not prepared to live in a country different from Japan, and the most important limitation is their difficulties to communicate in Spanish.

    Thank you.

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    Re: Is this sentence formaly writing?

    The children are not prepared to live- this is ambiguous; it could indicate a refusal. How about 'not prepared for life in any country other than Japan'?
    difficulties to communicate- in communicating

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