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have strong/a strong character
He seems to have strong/a strong character.
Can both constructions be used without difference?
Thank you in advance.
Re: have strong/a strong character
Not a teacher.
Originally Posted by joham
I think it's: "He seems to have a strong character"
Although you have bolded the entire thing except the start, so I don't know what the two choices were.
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