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I‘d like to know whether it is ok to use the definite article in one or all of the following sentences:

-Racial profiling is a problem in the country but the racism doesn‘t stop there.

-...are well integrated into many spheres of the social and professional life in the UK.

-There are some who disagree with the politics.

Thanks for your explanation!

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Hilda9Racial profiling is a problem in the country, but the racism doesn't stop there.

I assume you are asking about the highlighted "the". Yes, this is OK if the sense is "the racism in this country". I would add a comma as shown.

Hilda9-...are well integrated into many spheres of the social and professional life in the UK.

I assume you are asking about the highlighted "the". No, this is unlikely to be correct.

Hilda9-There are some who disagree with the politics.

This is OK, provided "the politics" means the politics associated with something that you have previously mentioned.

Hilda9I‘d

You appear to be consistently typing the wrong character for the apostrophe. You are typing a left-handed single quotation mark. The apostrophe is the other way around -- like a right-handed single quotation mark (identical to it in many fonts).

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I already answered this here. https://www.englishforums.com/English/DefiniteArticle/bprdld/post.htm

If you want another answer from someone else, that's fine, but please continue in the original thread . Don't start a second thread.

Thank you,

Clive