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    Question .... intention to do ...

    Hi !
    Which one is correct?
    1) I have the intention to emigrate. OR
    I have intention to emigrate. OR
    I have an intention to emigrate.
    2) "I am a supportman" OR "I am a supportsman"
    thanx !


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    Re: .... intention to do ...

    Hey.
    For your first question, "the intention" is correct. The second question you asked was a little confusing. Did you mean a "sportsman" (someone who is active in sports)? Neither "supportman" nor "supportsman" are words. I hope this helps!

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