The involvement of government in indigenous governance has arisen a variety of arguments.
Here there is a vocabulary problem AND a grammar problem!
In other languages ( ‘memunculkan’) the verb ‘arise’ can be transitive (can take an object), but in English it cannot. However, there do exist alternatives that allow you to keep the object (obj – ‘a variety of arguments’):
Or if you want sophisticated collocation (for a higher score in IELTS speaking and writing):
If you really want to use the verb arise, then don’t include an object:
The verb ‘arise’ doesn’t collocate strongly with the noun ‘argument’. If we explore collocation using this corpus and this corpus , we find that ‘arise’ actually collocates with the nouns ‘problem’ and ‘question’ (see featured image for this post! !).
In this case, a better version of the opening sentence would be:
If you want to avoid problems, and possibly questions, be careful next time you use arise/arose/arisen!
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