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“As part of” versus “as a part of”
@Mr.ShinyandNew安宇 could you please provide your answer or opinion? I'm really confused with this cause for me the word "part" is a countable noun so it can't be used without a determiner. But recently I began to spot that a lot of native English speakers use it without one, simply "part"
Does the word “since” ever have a meaning of “thus”, “hereby” ones?
@J.R., so you mean that