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  1. Marco2000
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    the victims of injustice or victims of injustice

    Hi,

    What`s the difference between these examples?

    The Serbs are the victims of injustice.
    The Serbs are victims of injustice.
    Serbs are victims of injustice.
    Serbs are the victims of injustice.

    Thank you very much.

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    Re: the victims of injustice or victims of injustice

    Quote Originally Posted by Marco2000
    Hi,
    What`s the difference between these examples?
    The Serbs are the victims of injustice.
    The Serbs are victims of injustice.
    Serbs are victims of injustice.
    Serbs are the victims of injustice.
    Thank you very much.
    The only difference to me would be that using "the victims" instead of "victims" may suggest that the Serbs are the only victims of injustice - but this would be over critical of the use of the.

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