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I'm not sure how this is grammatically incorrect. Please enlighten me. Thank you.

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Because the controversies of GMO's spawn a myriad of issues, I will stick to the issues I believe to be of the most importance.
asked Jun 26 '13 at 20:06 Thomas Tondo Lace New member

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I don't see anything grammatically wrong with your sentence. You can pull the apostrophe out of "GMO's," though. I also suggest that you simplify a bit, since you're using a lot of words to explain a simple point.


Although many controversial issues surround GMOs, I will stick to the ones that I believe are the most important.

link comment answered Jun 26 '13 at 20:50 Actually Holly Expert

Instead of "controvesies of "  I would use controversies surrounding or controversies about.

link comment answered Jun 26 '13 at 20:31 Michael Cranfield Expert

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