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    Question about an article.

    Is there any difference between those two sentences? I'm not sure if the first sentence is even a correct one.

    "Choice of sweater",
    "Choice of a sweater"

    Please tell me what's the difference.

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    Re: Question about an article.

    Quote Originally Posted by andrzej91 View Post
    Is there any difference between those two sentences? I'm not sure if the first sentence is even a correct one.

    "Choice of sweater",
    "Choice of a sweater"

    Please tell me what's the difference.
    Neither one is a sentence. As phrases, the use would depend on context.

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