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1. I am going to do volunteer work at a cultural center.

2. I am going to do volunteer work at a community center.

3. I am going to do volunteer work at a community cultural center.

(Are they all the same? Which one do we have to use?)

4. I am going to do volunteer work at a youth center.

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    A community center may not be the same as a cultural center.

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