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    part of/a part of?

    Dear teachers,

    In the following sentence "part of" or "a part of" is correct? Can we use both forms in the sentence? If yes, does it make a difference in meaning to use any of them?

    All living creatures are part of/a part of a culture, even animals!


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    Re: part of/a part of?

    I think both are OK.

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