Which is correct?
John Smith is a diving instructor, a journalist, a writer, and a poet.
John Smit is a diving instructor, journalist, writer, and poet.
I'm not a teacher, but for me when you write a profession the English rule is to put before an indefinite article.
I understand what you write but I think it's not grammaticaly good without article.
You write "diving instructor", I sure it's "driving instructor".
Have a nice day.
Hello, I'm The French,
I have one question about your answer, I wolud like to know why the both sentences are correct.
Is it the sucession of professions that we permit to supprime the indefini article?
Thank for your reply.