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    Just another simple question about articles

    Hi,

    As usual,I have trouble with articles and i was wondering if you could help me.

    Here`s an example:
    They like the Oxford Advanced Dictionary.

    It`s clear to me that the article should be used here but if we don`t include the word "dictionary" is it possible to leave the article out and include it as well? So,would it be ok to say
    They like Oxford Advanced (or just "They like Oxford") ?
    They like the Oxford (Advanced).

    Another example:
    Some of them like the Pimsleur course.
    Some of them like Pimsleur.
    Some of them like the Pimsleur.

    Regards,
    Sanja

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    Re: Just another simple question about articles

    When you take dictionary out, you could say both with or without the article.

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