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12. Correct Usage of Confusingly Similar Words & Phrases - P & R

“In A Position To” versus “In Position To” Including a here suggests power: We are not in a position to assist you. This says there is obstacle to assistance. On the other hand, not including a suggests physical location: The fielder was in position to catch the ball. This means the goalkeeper was in the right place.

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