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12 Dec 2017

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Hello everybody. I've read the news about France's presidential election as a part of learning English. I have a question in the article.

There is a sentence that says " France has spoken on its future - and whilst the result is a victory for Macron and a victory for Europe, the 39-year-old's next challenge is to bring together a divided France."

My question is why there is "a" in front of "divided France". Why do you need to add an indefinite article in this case? The news was from AFP, May 7, 2017.

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