Select the Correct Answer
For more, visit our Articles lesson.
For more, see our lessons on Collocations.
To learn more, go to our Gerund or Infinitive Quiz.
For more, visit our Linking Phrases lesson.
We have a lesson on Relative Clauses for you to learn more.
Note also that we could use ‘this’ instead, but we like to use ‘this’ to reference the information in the last part of the previous sentence (in this case people might assume ‘this’ would reference the ‘benefit a country’ part of the sentence, not ‘Improving the education of women’).
Here is a lesson on referencing for you to learn more.
Here is another collocations quiz to give you more practice.