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comment Is it correct to use plural, then define it in singular form?
@EngrStudent: no that's not cleaner because you've introduced a number disagreement "The snow leopard are..." ("are" should be changed to "Is").
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comment Are there any simple rules for choosing the definite vs. indefinite (vs. none) article?
You'll have to pour beer to get him a beer. Two senses: the first is a mass noun (uncountable) and the second is a serving (mug, glass, etc) of the liquid material, and servings are countable.
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