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    #1

    "... where a fruit like an apple ..."

    “It’s good to see where a fruit like an apple that you buy in the supermarket comes from,” commented Eyal. “Picking apples all day in the orchard is hard work.
    Israelis consume 15,000 tons of apples - Israel Business, Ynetnews
    Do we need one piece of in the given text or is it acceptable as is, please?


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    Re: "... where a fruit like an apple ..."

    It's fine as is.

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