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    is this correct?

    If I write " Publishing industry is very complex and involves various players.Publishers choose the works ,pay the translators and commission the translations." Is it correct?or should i omit the article and say "choose works,pay translators ,commission translations'?

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    Re: is this correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by snoopya1984 View Post
    If I write " Publishing industry is very complex and involves various players. Publishers choose the works, pay the translators and commission the translations." Is it correct? or should I omit the article and say "choose works,pay translators ,commission translations'?
    It's fine with or without the articles. However, you do need a definite article at the beginning of the sentence, before "publishing industry".

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