Discussion in 'English Only' started by stcopy, Jan 25, 2013.
assist (in) a research
Should I put in there? or both are correct?
I'm afraid you can't use an indefinite article with the word "research", which is uncountable. Maybe you should say "a research work".
Of course you can say "... is assisting me with my research" or "... is assisting me with my research work".
We require a complete sentence with every question, stcopy.
It will help us answer your question. It will also help us suggest appropriate alternatives, if there is a problem.
Separate names with a comma.