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    Word "cachet"

    This evening I heard the word "cachet" on the radio. I think I do not hear it often. I have written a few sentences using it. Would you please correct my mistakes.

    1. Many critics called Marlon Brando the actor with a great cachet.
    2. The Prime Minster lacked the ability to unite the country despite having a cachet.
    3. The new built hotel has a cachet as one of the best in the city.

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    Re: Word "cachet"

    Sorry, none of those sentences are natural. Cachet is a non-countable noun, but even removing the articles doesn't fix the sentences.
    I am not a teacher.

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