Student or Learner
The taxes we pay are used for education, social welfare and other public costs/expenses/expenditures.
I wonder whether all the three words between slashes fit in the above wording and convey the same concept. If not, why? Thanks.
Public Works = Sewer, water, traffic signals, roads and bridges, police, fire, courts, community services, and sometimes power.
I understood that.
Yes, there are other terms.
However, if you ask me, "How high is up?" this too is a nearly unanswerable question.
"Where is the Universe?"
"What is the exact number of PI?"
"Is Hillary Clinton Gay?"
"How many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop?"
There is no way of knowing these answers.
OK, my query is what the alternatives of public works are.
By the way,
if someone asks you if you have the time, you won't answer "Yes or No," will you?
if you enter an office, and someone says to you "it's very cold and windy today," will you answer "Yes, it is" or make sure you close the door?
P.S. What does the bolded line mean in your last post? I'm intrigued.
The quick-witted answer to your question is, 'Private Services', or Privatized Services.
Governmental Community Infrastructure
Communal Support Department
The actual name of the organization could be so many different things depending on what specific thing to which you are referring.
If someone asks me if I have the time, I might ask them, "Do I have the time to do what?"
Having already closed the door to a warm and sunny day, I might ask them where it is cold and windy.
A 'Tootsie Pop' is a sucker, (Candy on a stick.) with a chewy chocolate center. The question is, how many times must you lick one, to get to the chocolate center? That being said you now have the questions of, how big is the tongue, how wet is the tongue, how warm is it, where on the sucker are you licking, how consistent is the candy crafted, how frequent are the strokes of the licking, and so on.
To answer the question, you must know the exact parameters of the situation. Then again, once you figure out how difficult the procedure required to test this theorem, you must ask yourself, 'Is this worth the difficulty?'