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    snoopya1984 is offline Member
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    Default " Exams are difficult."

    "Exams are difficult.They make the students very stressed. " or should the article before students be omitted?



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    Rover_KE is offline Moderator
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    Default Re: " Exams are difficult."

    Use the article if you are referring to a particular group of students.

    As a general statement, omit it.

    Rover

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