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    Noun society

    Please, would you tell me if I have used properly the articles in the following sentences:

    1. He was taught in school that he was living in a classless society, but reality was something different.
    2. She felt constricted by a hypocritical society, which gagged her imagination.
    3. The book is about the alienation of human beings in contemporary British society.

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    Re: Noun society

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    1) "...classless society, but the reality was starkly different.

    That arrangement better conveys what you're trying to say there.

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