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    #31

    Re: There is always a choice (countability and article usage).

    Have you heard of the law of diminishing returns?
    I've read the Wiki article about it, but I don't get what you are hinting at.

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    #32

    Re: There is always a choice (countability and article usage).

    There comes a point where you're not really making any progress, and it's time to move on to something else.
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    #33

    Re: There is always a choice (countability and article usage).

    There comes a point where you're not really making any progress, and it's time to move on to something else.


    Actually, I've found out almost everything I wanted to know. And thank you all for that. I agree that this discussion has grown too large, so I'll leave it at that. I need to learn to ask clear and concise questions so that discussions are more focused.

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    #34

    Re: There is always a choice (countability and article usage).

    Quote Originally Posted by Alexey86 View Post


    Actually, I've found out almost everything I wanted to know. And thank you all for that. I agree that this discussion has grown too long, so I'll leave it at that. I need to learn to ask clear and concise questions so that discussions are more focused.
    English is tricky isn't it?
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