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Hi,

As the subject text indicated, are the phrases, "such a sentence" and "such sentence," different?

If so, how are they different?
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"Sentence" has two meanings. One is what you read in books or hear in everyday speeches. The other is what you can hear at court from a chief justice when he gives the judgement of justices at the final of a trial to the person accused of some crime. You can say "a sentence" or "sentences" for the first one, but the second one is always "sentence".

paco