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    To make

    The simplest and best solution would be to make the river neutral territory to be reserved for wild life.

    Shouldn't it be 'to make the river neutral territory reserved' ?

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    Re: To make

    I don't see why. You could use your version, with a comma before "reserved". And the original similarly needs a comma: "...neutral territory, [which is] to be reserved..."

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    Re: To make

    And, it should be wildlife, not wild life.

    I am not a teacher.

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