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    Why "Failure is part of our life" instead of "Failure is a part of our life"?

    I was asked the question above and found myself unable to answer this question. So here I am, anxious for any enlightenment. Any reply will be much appreciated. Thank you all.

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    Re: Why "Failure is part of our life" instead of "Failure is a part of our life"?

    They are both correct.

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    Re: Why "Failure is part of our life" instead of "Failure is a part of our life"?

    Failure is (a) part of life.

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