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    the/- age of children

    Hello,

    I'm responding to a job advertisement and I want to ask for some further details and I want to list them after a colon (I'm wondering if I should use articles after a colon):
    I would like to ask you for some further details such as: salary, the/- age of children, the/- number of children.

    Thanks for your help.

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    Re: the/- age of children

    Quote Originally Posted by wuwo1 View Post
    Hello,

    I'm responding to a job advertisement and I want to ask for some further details and I want to list them after a colon. (I'm wondering if I should use articles after a colon.) Colons and articles are not related to each other. You can use either one with or without the other one.

    I would like to ask you for some further details: such as salary, the age of the children, and the number of children.
    ...

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