Are they grammatically correct?

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hoangkha

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Hi, teachers!
1- Amusement and entertainment (which) TV brings (to us) are facets/aspects/respects which are worthily mentioned/brought up.
2- Amusement and entertainment (which) TV brings (to us) are facets/aspects/respects which are worthy to be mentioned/brought up.
Are they grammatically correct, please?
 

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The amusement and entertainment (which) TV brings are aspects worth mentioning/bringing up
 
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Hi, teachers!
1- Amusement and entertainment (which) TV brings (to us) are facets/aspects/respects which are worthily mentioned/brought up.
2- Amusement and entertainment (which) TV brings (to us) are facets/aspects/respects which are worthy to be mentioned/brought up.
Are they grammatically correct, please?

The amusement and entertainment which TV provides are worth mentioning.

I can't work out what you meant by "facets/aspects/respects" - of what? Of TV?
 

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Extract from the Posting Guidelines:

'Thread titles should include all or part of the word/phrase being discussed.'

'Amusement and entertainment' would have been good for this.

Rover
 
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