Discussion in 'Linguistics' started by Saint, Aug 24, 2011.
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Either, depending if you think the job requires one or more skill.
We might also use the definite article, so it becomes "I have the skill/skills to do this job better than others." It's not wrong to omit the definite article, but if you've identified the specific skills you're referring to then you'd probably use the "the".
Should that not read "the job requires one or more skills"?.............Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!
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Yes, I think so. Was typing too quick on a phone and didn't check the autocorrect. That said, I think it can actually be either, although plural seems to be preferable.
Why equipment no plural?
How to indicate you got "many" equipment?
Equipment is the set of tools you have for a task. There may be many items in the set but only one set, linguistically speaking.
You'd say "I've got lots of equipment".
Separate names with a comma.