I wrote this:

Cultural exchange is very important for societies in order to get benefits from each other. One form of cultural exchange is creating good connections between academic institutions.

I don't know if I have to replace the bold words with “culture”.

I mean is it correct to use “cultural” in this context? or it would be more correct to use “culture”?


'Culture exchange' means exchange of culture. Culture is a noun.

'Cultural exchange' means exchange pertaining to culture. Cultural is an adjective, and probably the better word to use, although I'm not sure there's much difference in this situation.

  • Also, I would reorder your first sentence as follows: Cultural exchange is very important in order for societies to benefit from each other. – binaryfunt Jan 21 '14 at 13:27

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