posted by Ilma on .
Hello. I need some help from a native speaker of English.
1)Is it possible to say "to make a (peace) treaty" or is it "to conclude a treaty"?
2)is it possible to say "to make a visit to Mexico"?
3)is it possible to say "bipartite relations (between the states)" or is it "bilateral"?
4)is it possible to say "to aggravate / to sharpen / to kindle the conflict (between the countries)"?
5)which is correct "to change one's position on the 'issue' / 'question'"
6)is the article necessary in the following phrase "all (the) four islands belong to..."
Thank you very, very much for your help.
1. "To make a treaty" is correct. "Conclude" may be used when you've been writing about the process of making the treaty and ending or concluding the process.
3. It could be either.
4. All are correct.
5. Either is correct.
6. The article isn't necessary, but could be used.