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Is this sentence correct:


"As we know, there are terms which are proper to specific domains, and it can sometimes become difficult to learn them in a foreign language."

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Yes.

CJ

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Christine Christieproper to specific domains

That doesn't sound right to me. What do you mean by it?

The term "hyperbola" is proper to geometry.
The term "relative clause" is proper to grammar.

proper to : Belonging or relating exclusively or distinctively to; particular to.
‘the two elephant types proper to Africa and to southern Asia’

https://www.lexico.com/en/definition/proper

CJ