a various experience

cosmicbelt

Member
Japanese
I know that the phrase of "various experiences" is often used.
Is the phrase of "a various experience" also right?
 
  • dojibear

    Senior Member
    English - Northeast US
    No, the singular version is no right. "Various" is used with a plural noun.

    I do not know what meaning "various" could have with a singular noun. "Various experiences" means experiences that are different from each other. A single thing cannot be different from itself.
     
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