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    #1

    Is the in need?

    Which one is grammatical?

    I would steal all students from Indian.
    I would steal all the students from Indian.

    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: Is the in need?

    Indian?
    the Indian?
    an Indian?
    India?
    Indiana?

    Tell us more!

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    #3

    Re: Is the in need?

    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Bernstein View Post
    Indian?
    the Indian?
    an Indian?
    India?
    Indiana?

    Tell us more!
    Sorry, I meant India ( Republic of India).

    I wanted to asked whether I should use "the" in front of students in the sentence below:

    I would steal all students from India.

    Please help. Thanks.


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    Re: Is the in need?

    I think so yes! you must you THE before student.

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