punctuation of the sentence
Have tried rewriting the sentence - still doesn't like the punctuation. Suggestions??????
No longer is the United States a country with a limited numbered of cultures residing within, and the people exclusively speak English - quite the contrary.
"Numbered" should be "number". "residing within" is awkward. "a limited number of cultures" can be made more concise. Although I understand your intent, "quite the contrary" negates the negative of the previous clause and effectively says that the United States is an exclusively English-speaking, mono-cultural country.
No longer does the United States have a homogeneous culture where the people exclusively speak English.
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