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I would like to make a few sentences with the word, condition.
(1) Your car is in (a) better condition than mine.
(2) A lot of the used cars sold in this company are very old and slightly damaged. I am looking for better-condition ones.
(3) The collector wants to sell all of his excellent-condition stamps at an auction.
In (1), is it grammatically wrong to add the article, a, for the word, condition?
Am I using the word correctly? Thanks a lot.
The indefinite article is not required in (1).
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.