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    set of knowledge

    Dear guests,

    I know that the word "knowledge" in uncount in English, but I need a phrase to say that I have many pieces of information and each piece is considered to be knowledge.

    Can I say "set of knowledge"? If not, please suggest a suitable alternative.

    Thanks

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    Re: set of knowledge

    A "set of facts." "Pieces of information."

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    #3

    Re: set of knowledge

    'A body of knowledge.'

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    #4

    Re: set of knowledge

    Quote Originally Posted by milan2003_07 View Post
    Dear guests,
    'Members' would be more appropriate. We aren't guests.

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    #5

    Re: set of knowledge

    We do use piece of knowledge.

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