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    Exclamation I have a headache.

    Why do we use a headache and why not I have headache?

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    susiedqq is offline Key Member
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    Default Re: I have a headache.

    Because we get one headache at a time. The "a" is an article.

    However headache can be plural.

    I get headaches when I think of all the work I have to do.

    I get a headache when I think of all the work I have to do.

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