with or without "a/an"

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with or without "a/an"

Post by misterslim » Fri Jun 14, 2013 8:57 pm

Could you check these red articles? (Basically, whether they must be applied in the following sentences or not? I'm almost sure that they do not have to be used because they refer to the same subject, but please dispel my doubts.)
1. Not only can he feel fulfilled as a sportsman but also as a model, and an actor.
2. It can be asserted that talent and natural predispositions have facilitated the Italian's process of becoming a fine footballer, and consequently a model as well as an entrepreneur.

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Re: with or without "a/an"

Post by Alan » Sat Jun 15, 2013 2:39 am

All correct.