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    bring the revolution

    Hi teachers,

    I want to use the word "revolution" in a sentence. This word is both countable and uncountable. There were two examples in the Cambridge dictionary. The definite article was used in one of those two examples.

    Is "Who will bring (the) revolution in XXX (country name) correct? I am not sure whether I should use the article or not.

    Thanks.
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    Re: bring the revolution

    I would use the article there.

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