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    scofansnags is offline Newbie
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    Default ...a part of vs part of

    Do you want to i.e. become "a part of something" or "part of something"?

    Which is correct? I want to become a part of the club.
    I want to become part of the club.

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    Smile Re: ...a part of vs part of

    Quote Originally Posted by scofansnags View Post
    Do you want to i.e. become "a part of something" or "part of something"?

    Which is correct? I want to become a part of the club.
    I want to become part of the club.
    I want to become part of the club is what I'd go for. Another option would be become a member of the club, but this is so banal.

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