Sanya
in the urban area or for the city? Rockfeller has several millions incentive to make the traffic plan work in the urban area. May I rewrite the above sentence like this -- Rockfeller has several millions incentive for the city to make it's traffic plan work? Is there any difference between the two sentences? Thank you!
Apr 28, 2011 3:04 AM
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I would use 'urban area"as the city could mean only the CBD
April 28, 2011
I think it would be more grammatically correct to say, "Rockfeller has several million in incentives to make the traffic plan work in the urban area." Also, I'm not sure, but I think the name should be "Rockefeller."
April 28, 2011
urban areas: 市区 I think city is include urban area and suburban area, and traffic issue always happen in urban area, so you can't use city replace urban area. Ps: I don't know more detail and context of this sentence, maybe I guess is wrong.
April 28, 2011
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