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Hi teachers, here are some questions:
1.The United States joins in welcoming to the United Nations the representatives of India.
The sentence order seems weird to me. Is it common usage? Can I rearrange this sentence by putting "to the United Nation" after "joins"? (P.S I came across a question when writing this sentence, is it correct to say pushing "to the United Nation" toward after "joins"?)
2. In terms of population, China is the largest country.
Can I use prepositions like "for" instead of "in terms of"?
3. We had the luxury of opinions during the meeting.
The sentence is figurative. The author uses "luxury of opinions" to means "freely express opinions", Do you think "luxury" appropriate?