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|English term or phrase: 'to what degree' or 'the degree to what' (Eng-Eng)|
|Case Study to be published in English-speaking country.|
I'm doing the revision but have some doubts...
Is this grammatically correct or am I missing something?
"The author examined to what degree introducing such systems can contribute to sustainable sewage management and to ensure safe drinking water resources in cities worldwide."
'to what degree' or 'the degree to what'
Please all explanations in English...
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