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Sentence 1: Many Hindus study Sanskrit,but only a few Parsees study Avesta.

Sentence 2: Many Hindus study Sanskrit,but only few Parsees study Avesta.

  • Sentence 1: Many Hindus study Sanskrit,but only a few Parsees study Avesta.

  • Sentence 2: Many Hindus study Sanskrit,but only few Parsees study Avesta.

I fail to understand the difference between both the sentences,if any? whichWhich sentence is grammatically correct and should be used.

P.S. English is not my first language.

Sentence 1: Many Hindus study Sanskrit,but only a few Parsees study Avesta.

Sentence 2: Many Hindus study Sanskrit,but only few Parsees study Avesta.

I fail to understand the difference between both the sentences,if any? which sentence is grammatically correct and should be used.

P.S. English is not my first language.

  • Sentence 1: Many Hindus study Sanskrit,but only a few Parsees study Avesta.

  • Sentence 2: Many Hindus study Sanskrit,but only few Parsees study Avesta.

I fail to understand the difference between both the sentences,if any? Which sentence is grammatically correct and should be used.

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What is the actual difference in the following statements

Sentence 1: Many Hindus study Sanskrit,but only a few Parsees study Avesta.

Sentence 2: Many Hindus study Sanskrit,but only few Parsees study Avesta.

I fail to understand the difference between both the sentences,if any? which sentence is grammatically correct and should be used.

P.S. English is not my first language.