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    agreement: countable?

    for instance:

    "To show a disagreement with one of her claims................"

    Do I keep the article "a" or get rid of it? Thanks a lot.

    P.s.: sincere thanks to David L. who so promptly helped.


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    Re: agreement: countable?

    "To show disagreement with one of her claims................"

    'a disagreement' is a mild argument because two people/sides see things differently

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