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askxkti

Senior Member
korean
Hi, teachers!
I have a question about an article!


A. I can see a computer monitor, keyboard, and cup on the table.
B. I can see a computer monitor, keyboard, and a cup on the table.

I think A is right, but place 'a' in front of the word 'cup' sounds natural for me.

Which is correct?

Thank you.
 
  • owlman5

    Senior Member
    English-US
    The first version looks and sounds better to me, askxkti. I suggest that you use "a" in front of every word --a computer monitor, a keyboard, and a cup -- or stick with version A: a computer monitor, keyboard, and cup. It doesn't make much sense to use "B", which follows no regular pattern.
     
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