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the verb of culture


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The Verb of Culture


The verb of culture refers to the action or process of nurturing, developing, and promoting aspects related to arts, customs, intellectual achievements, and social behaviors within a society.

Sample sentences:

  1. He believes it is his duty to verb-of-culture his passion for art by teaching young children how to paint.
  2. The festival aims to verb-of-culture traditional dances and music in order to keep them alive for future generations.
  3. It is essential for educational institutions to verb-of-culture critical thinking skills, as they contribute to a well-rounded education.
  4. The museum organizes various workshops to verb-of-culture the appreciation of classical sculptures.

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