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    The Definite Article

    Can you tells me which is correct?

    "all year" or "all the year"

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    Re: The Definite Article

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Can you tells me which is correct?

    "all year" or "all the year"
    They could both be correct, it depends on the context in which you want to use them.

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