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    #1

    have responsibility VS have a responsibility

    Should I use the article a in the sentence?
    Mr. Lee has ? responsibility for coordinating childcare.

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    Re: have responsibility VS have a responsibility

    No, but the natural way to phrase that is Mr. Lee is responsible for coordinating childcare.
    I am not a teacher.

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