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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.

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