Senior Member
Is the usage of "Dominate" correct?

"Elderly people usually rather gather in some public places where they can hang out with their peers discussing some debatable and controversial news dominating their countries."

  • Parla

    Member Emeritus
    English - US
    Mike, we always ask for the source, as it helps us help you. Can you tell us the source of this sentence you quote? It's far from idiomatic and doesn't appear to have been by an English-speaking writer.


    Member Emeritus
    English - US
    We can answer only one question at a time, so: No, you can't properly say that news dominates a country. You can say that a particular event or controversy or subject dominates the news in a country.
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