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  1. Marijke
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    using an article

    Hi,

    I have a simple question, in the following sentences, is it better to use "the" or not?

    "To change between Predictive and Multitap modes"
    OR
    "to change between the predictive and multitap modes"

    Thank you,

    Marijke

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    Re: using an article

    Quote Originally Posted by Marijke View Post
    Hi,

    I have a simple question, in the following sentences, is it better to use "the" or not?

    "To change between Predictive and Multitap modes"
    OR
    "to change between the predictive and multitap modes"

    Thank you,

    Marijke
    It's better without it.

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