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  1. Singapore comprises one main island and several offshore islands.

    Singapore comprises one main island and several offshore islands.

  2. Singapore is comprised of one main island and several offshore islands. Are these two sentences grammatically correct and which one better? Thanks.

    Singapore is comprised of one main island and several offshore islands.

Are these two sentences grammatically correct and which one better?

  1. Singapore comprises one main island and several offshore islands.
  2. Singapore is comprised of one main island and several offshore islands. Are these two sentences grammatically correct and which one better? Thanks.
  1. Singapore comprises one main island and several offshore islands.

  2. Singapore is comprised of one main island and several offshore islands.

Are these two sentences grammatically correct and which one better?

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The use of the verb "comprise"

  1. Singapore comprises one main island and several offshore islands.
  2. Singapore is comprised of one main island and several offshore islands. Are these two sentences grammatically correct and which one better? Thanks.