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Hi,

I was looking at some posts and have been wondering if I can make a switch of the phrase "such a context" with "such context" w/o substantially imparing the context. Thanks.

The normal verb form for responsibilty in such a context is "take on."

How about this?

The normal verb form for responsibilty in such context is "take on."

I think the parties involved have set the contextual stage regarding what context they are talking about and interchanging the phrases will not alter the overall meaning in any substantial measure, I think. I tthought about this twice as you have realized.
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I do prefer "in such a context"...
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I believe it should be always "in such a context" or "in such contexts". Uncountable "context" is used in idiomatric collocations like "take/quote something out of context" or "phrases/words (used) in context"

paco
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AnonymousHi,

I was looking at some posts and have been wondering if I can make a switch of the phrase "such a context" with "such context" w/o substantially imparing the context. Thanks.

The normal verb form for responsibilty in such a context is "take on."

How about this?

The normal verb form for responsibilty in such context is "take on."

I think the parties involved have set the contextual stage regarding what context they are talking about and interchanging the phrases will not alter the overall meaning in any substantial measure, I think. I tthought about this twice as you have realized.

Is "context" a countable noun?
It depends on the context. Context is considered an abstract noun.

Context, environment, format etc... can be a countable or non -countable depending on how they are entered into a sentense.

I can't work in an environemnt like this!

There are different foramts to present the same concept

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