Native English speakers, could you please help me with these issues?

1. Which is correct:

a) "Travel Agency Sweet Dreams"

or

b) "Sweet Dreams Travel Agency"?

2.

a) Is this sentence correct:

"Why is stealing wrong?

You are doing something wrong whenever you are PREJUDICING someone else."

b) Does the verb 'harm' usually imply physical damage?

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  • Anonymous
    3 weeks ago
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    Usually (but not invariably)  adjectives/modifiers go before the noun they qualify, so Sweet Dreams Travel Agency. 

    But it can be after as in: I Sing the Body Electric

    Or both before and after: The Last Homely House East of the Sea.

    2a) no. incorrect use of prejudice.

    You are doing something wrong whenever you are depriving someone else of something." 

    2b) harm usually means physical damage, but may mean mental harm or in law, an 'injury' to a property.

  • 3 weeks ago

    In the first case, I prefer option B)

    In the second case, I'd use "harm", which is not only used for physical damage in my case, prejudiciing is way too formal. 

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