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    #1

    "Use" or "The Use"

    Which is better?

    "Use of Internet-Technologies for Students’ Communicative Competence Development" or:

    "The Use of Internet-Technologies for Students’ Communicative Competence Development."

    It is a title of a paper.
    Last edited by synthart; 04-Jul-2016 at 13:05. Reason: Enlarged font to make post readable

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    Re: "Use" or "The Use"

    I'd use the article, though it's not wrong without it. If you use the article, remember to also capitalise "Use" as it's one of the main words in the title. There is no need to hyphenate "Internet Technologies".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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