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    #1

    A walk?

    who wishes to take A walk with me?

    why do we need "A" here?

    experts please explain

    thanks


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    #2

    Re: A walk?

    Because "walk" in this context is a singular count noun, and such a noun requires a determiner - a, the, this, no, my, some, etc.


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    #3

    Re: A walk?

    This is a good place to start to understand when to use a definite or indefinite article: How to Use Articles (a/an/the) - The OWL at Purdue

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