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    an/the

    Are the following sentences right? For example, do I need to put "the" or "an" in front of "intervention"? Thanks.

    The participants in the experimental condition will receive an intervention (e.g., program or practice). The participants in the control condition will not receive an intervention (e.g., program or practice).

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    Re: an/the

    I would use "an".

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