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    Default 'a' before loss?

    Thousands of working hours a year are a loss to happiness due to work stress.



    Please let me know if I need to use article before 'loss.'

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    Default Re: 'a' before loss?

    Not a teacher

    Yes, you do, "loss" is a noun- Plural: losses.

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