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    which enables gaining an access OR which enables an access to be gained

    Hello again!

    Which is better?

    a) It is the ‘moonpool’ rebuilding' (an opening in the hull which enables gaining an access for the purpose of performing underwater work, from inside a pontoon).

    or

    b) It is the ‘moonpool’ rebuilding' (an opening in the hull which enables an access to be gained for the purpose of performing underwater work, from inside a pontoon).

    Thank you.

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    Re: which enables gaining an access OR which enables an access to be gained

    "access" is not countable, so you need to remove the indefinite article "an", and then either sentence would be fine

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