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    to a special holiday camp or without "a"

    "Ted is tired of the usuall summer holiday resorts. This year he has gone to 1) special holiday camp."

    That's an extract from the text I was reading. But I've got a feeling that there should be an article where I put 1). How about putting "a" there? Am I right?
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    Re: to a special holiday camp or without "a"

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    "Ted is tired of the usuall summer holiday resorts. This year he has gone to 1) special holiday camp."

    That's an extract from the text I was reading. But I've got a feeling that there should be an article where I put 1). How about to put putting "a" there? Am I right?
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