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Hi,

Could you please confirm that my sentences are grammatically correct and right word for these sentences, please?


Two nations are trying to unify / unite together.

Let us unite together to overcome all the problems.

Oil and water won’t unite.

All the products here are in the unified / uniform prices. (Same price)

If we can all have unified / uniform languages, our communication would be much more easier.

Two rooms are in the unified / uniform temperature.


Thanks in advance.

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Natural English is this.

All th products here are the same price.

If we could all have the same language, our communication would be much more easier.

Two rooms have the same temperature.

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John AkiTwo nations are trying to unify / unite together.

You can use either word in red but, the last word is superfluous.

John AkiLet us unite together to overcome all the problems.

You have another superfluous word here.

John AkiOil and water won’t unite.

That is not natural. People would generally use mix instead. Combine is another possibility but not as common.

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Thanks, how about following sentences...


All the products here are in the unified / uniform prices. (Same price)

If we can all have unified / uniform languages, our communication would be much more easier.

Two rooms are in the unified / uniform temperature.

 Clive's reply was promoted to an answer.

Thanks Sir,

I also wonder the word unify and uniform are pretty much the same meaning with the word "same" in these context right?

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All the products here are the same price.

If we could all have the same language, our communication would be much more easier.

Two rooms have the same temperature.

I also wonder the word unify and uniform are pretty much the same meaning with the word "same" in these context right?

unify No, you need a adjective. This is a verb.

uniform Yes, but same is much, much more common.

Clive