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In order to correct sentence 12, you should change \u201CGovernment\u201D to \u201Cgovernment.\u201D \u201CGovernment\u201D is not a proper noun; therefore, it should only be capitalized if it is used at the beginning of a sentence or within a title. You should use a comma after the conjunctive adverb \u201Cbut\u201D if it is following a transitional phrase. However, when the subordinating conjunction \u201Cbut\u201D is used at the beginning of a sentence, it does not require the use of a comma after it. The other answer options are not options that would make the sentence grammatically correct.