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    chance

    "There is chance that something might happen."

    Is it okay to use the uncountable version of "chance" here?

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    Re: chance

    Quote Originally Posted by ShirleyLing View Post
    "There is chance that something might happen."

    Is it okay to use the uncountable version of "chance" here?
    No. Use "a", "little", "no" etc.

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