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    (an) extensive knowledge of

    Which one is correct: "Simon has (an) extensive knowledge of the Medieval art." Should I use "an" or not?

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    Re: (an) extensive knowledge of

    I would use 'an' but omit 'the' and write 'medieval' with a lower-case 'm'.

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