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with article or without article when talking about a group of things These apartments include features such as kitchen fully equipped with built-in refrigerator and microwave oven. or These apartments include features such as a kitchen fully equipped with built-in a refrigerator and a microwave oven. Which is correct?
Nov 17, 2019 1:50 AM
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The first version is awkward. Dropping articles is incorrect but common in certain types of advertisements [car 4 sale - scrape in left door]. The second version is almost correct. Here are correct versions: These apartments include features such as a kitchen fully equipped with A built-in refrigerator and (a) microwave oven. Each apartment includes a fully equipped kitchen with A built-in refrigerator and (a) microwave oven. These apartments include fully equipped kitchenS with built-in refrigeratorS and microwave ovenS.
November 17, 2019
Either is perfectly fine. But if choosing the second option you want to say a built-in refrigerator.
November 17, 2019
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