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    #1

    make good use of/ a good use of

    Hello,

    Could you explain any difference between them?

    Which one is right?

    Thanks for your help in advance.

    Spoon

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    Re: make good use of/ a good use of

    a= a single particular, possibly unexpected, use.


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    #3

    Re: make good use of/ a good use of

    I see.

    Thank you, tdol.

    p.s. Do you have much rain in Japan?

    I've rainy days for more than 10 years. I need sunlight.

    Take care!
    Spoon

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