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    Regarding article "a"

    Sentence: "There is a strong suspicion to suggest he is involve in the corruption"

    My question/doubt:Should the above mentioned sentence have article "a" in it ? Or even without it, it would be grammatically correct ?

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    Re: Regarding article "a"

    Quote Originally Posted by razer View Post
    Sentence: "There is a strong suspicion to suggest he is involve in the corruption"

    My question/doubt:Should the above mentioned sentence have article "a" in it ? Or even without it, it would be grammatically correct ?

    Thanks
    It's ok with or without "a", but "involved" not "involve".

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    Re: Regarding article "a"

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