Hello folks, I'm trying my hand at proofreading to see how I would do, but there are some sentences that struck me as as wrong, incomplete or just awkward, though they might be perfectly fine: here they are, let me know what you think, thanks.
"After being granted co-hosting of Euro 2012, it is unclear whether..."
can you say "granted co-hosting"? I would add something like "co-hosting rights". Second, I believe there shold a 'the' before "euro 2012".
"must establish an effective system for missing child feedback."
I googled 'missing child feedback' and there were only 3 search results, suggesting it's a made-up term, this may be confusing to understand. I would change the term
"although with one of the highest proportions of educated women in the world..."
I don't know about the use of 'proportions' here...
"the health care industry, coupled with changes in legislation could activate a large amount of potential invesment."
this sentence just doesn't make sense to me.
"teachers, who often brag about how educated they are and how competent, do it only..."
I would change this to "how educated and competent they are..."