I want to know how to mention an uncertain object, like X country.
e.g. I want to go to a certain country no matter where it is because I just need to go out right now.
I found a Question on this website. It seems I can use a certain country to infer a country that is not specific or particular but it's just a country in the context.
- Is it correct?
- Or I should use a country instead?
- Or there's no comparable usage in English?
More example in other languages,
In other languages, such as Japanese or Mandarin, we use あの or 某個 to refer to an object that's not a specific one but belongs to the group of the object. That is to say, あの or 某個 often implies the object that the speaker mentioned has specific meanings in the dialogue.