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  1. Hiphopks
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    A is the member of the OECD or A is a member of the OECD

    A is the member of the OECD

    A is a member of the OECD

    which is correct?

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    Re: A is the member of the OECD or A is a member of the OECD

    Quote Originally Posted by Hiphopks View Post
    A is the member of the OECD

    A is a member of the OECD

    which is correct?
    A is a member of the OECD.

    "A" (whoever that is) is one member, presumably of many, of OECD, therefore "a".

    Unlikely though it is, if OECD only has one member, who is called "A", then you would use "A is THE (only) member of OECD" - however, I can't imagine you will ever need this!

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