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    iamwkk is offline Junior Member
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    State-of-the-art

    A) is there any difference between"
    1) state-of-the-art
    2) art-of-the-state

    B) and is it correct to say "it is a state of art" (as a noun phrase instead of an adj)?

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    Re: State-of-the-art



    2) sounds awkward, and "it is a state of (the) art" sounds just as awkward.

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