I don’t think it is correct English to say ‘Merseyside comprises Liverpool’. One could possibly say ‘includes Liverpool’?

Carolyn

Kwiziq community member

18 June 2018

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I don’t think it is correct English to say ‘Merseyside comprises Liverpool’. One could possibly say ‘includes Liverpool’?

Maybe it is a phrase that doesn’t directly translate?

This relates to:
Continents, countries, regions & states are masculine, feminine or plural (gender) -

Aurélie

Kwiziq language super star

19 June 2018

19/06/18

Bonjour Carolyn !

Thanks very much for pointing this out.
It's now been fixed :)

Merci encore et bonne journée !

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