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    a/the garden


    I'm preparing for the FCE exam on my own and I'm writing a report including the data from a survey conducted in a company on what building the company should build. I'm not sure if I should use the definite or the indefinite article when presenting the results:

    5% of the employees wanted a/the garden built, 25% were interested in a/the swimming pool, 10% wished to have a/the new cafeteria.

    Thank your for your help.

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    Re: a/the garden

    If those three items were specifically mentioned in the survey, I would use "the".

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