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ESL forum > Grammar and Linguistics > Please, I have a doubt! Are these sentences correct in English?    

Please, I have a doubt! Are these sentences correct in English?



casc
Brazil

Please, I have a doubt! Are these sentences correct in English?
 

"No relation was found between caries and family income and maternal education."

     I  need to write between or among? What īs correct?
 
"The relation between nutritional status and oral conditions is originated from a combination of factors...."  Is this correct: is originated

3 Nov 2011      



libertybelle
United States

You are comparing two things - so between is correct.

originates is the correct answer. It is on-going so it īs not past tense.

The relation between nutritional status and oral conditions originates from a combination of factors...." 



3 Nov 2011