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    Are these correct? What do they mean?

    1. This is an acceptance into the market.
    2. This is an acceptance into market.
    3. Acceptance into market.
    4. Acceptance into the market.

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    Re: The

    Quote Originally Posted by jack
    Are these correct? What do they mean?

    1. This is an acceptance into the market. :D
    2. This is an acceptance into market. :(
    3. Acceptance into market. :(
    4. Acceptance into the market. :D
    In North American English, 'market' is a count noun. Count nouns require an article/determiner. Use 'a' for non-specific (i.e., any market), or 'the' for specific (i.e., one the speakers known about).

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