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  1. Newbie
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    an urge or the urge? what's the verb going with it?

    When to use "an urge to do something" and when to use "the urge to do something"? Is the right verb "feel an/the urge", "have an/the urge" or anything else? Examples would be appreciated.

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    Re: an urge or the urge? what's the verb going with it?

    It would be better if you created the examples. Then we we will comment.

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