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    on context / on the context

    When you want to say that the analysis of a part of speech depends on the context, should the article "the" be used or not:
    " It all depends on context" vs. "It all depends on the context".
    Thank you in advance!

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    Re: on context / on the context

    Quote Originally Posted by mihallure View Post
    When you want to say that the analysis of a part of speech depends on the context, should the article "the" be used or not:
    " It all depends on context" vs. "It all depends on the context".
    Thank you in advance!
    It works for me with or without the article.

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