Which one of the following sentences sounds more natural:
- There are still places in the world with racial discrimination. ---> (It seems to be correct to me)
- There are still places in the world with racial segregation. ---> (It seems to be correct to me)
- There is racial discrimination in some places. ---> (I guess it sounds wrong because discrimination is an uncountable noun)
- There is racial segregation in some places. ---> (I guess it sounds wrong because segregation is an uncountable noun)
Added: On the internet, you can easily find the terms racial discrimination or just discrimination or racial segregation or only segregation! How can a dictionary clarify which one is more preferred in a specific sentence/circumstance? I humbly disagree that such questions can be answered using a dictionary. You have instinct, but we are learning. This is why we have no common feelings about these nuances.
Meanwhile, based on the rules, I cannot ask several closely related questions in the same thread. So please give me right to bank on some members intelligence to recognize what I as a non-native, inexperienced learner am looking for.
Also, I need to know the best sentence structure to write. I Do not need to get any stylistic preference that would be indicative of someone's personal taste. I need to know if my sentence seems to be correct or incorrect.