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    Default which is correct article here the / a

    The golden day of the / a year to bring in wealth, prosperity and fortune

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    Default Re: which is correct article here the / a

    Quote Originally Posted by new2grammar View Post
    The golden day of the / a year to bring in wealth, prosperity and fortune
    Either can be used.

    The public holidays of the year.

    The public holidays of a year.

    Both are fine, and mean the same.

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