High levels ...


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Could you tell me if this sentence is correct: "Hight levels on expenditure on public health and prevention" ?
To me, "high levels on" doesn't sound rigth, but of course I may be wrong.

Thank you
  • panjandrum

    Lapsed Moderator
    English-Ireland (top end)
    High levels of .....
    But the sentence you have given us is missing something - like a verb:) - and I would like to know what is to be prevented (although for a very specific audience of public health, or health policy, professionals prevention would be enough).

    The XXX party is committed to high levels of expenditure on public health and disease prevention.

    That would be OK.


    Senior Member
    Thanks for the answer.The original sentence ran:

    "High levels on expenditure on public health and prevention will have other benefits (higher quality of life, longevity)."

    So, "on" here is incorrect?

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