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    Sino-foreign educational program on business is popular now, the demand for high lever interpretation is great.

    Is there anything wrong with black words? Please.

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    Hi puzzle

    You may want to consider using this phrase "joint educational programs" (for example, Sino-British, Sino-American) instead of 'Sino-foreign'.

    I am not sure what 'high level interpretations' means. The demand these days is for EAP (English for Academic Purposes).


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    Re: sentence

    Sino-foreign educational program on business is popular now, the demand for high lever interpretation is great.

    This is a test question which is need to modify. The black are the faults according to the answer. So, the modified sentence is:

    Sino-foreign educational programs in internation business is popular now, the demand for senior interpreters is great.

    I wonder the corrections are right?

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