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Love is a mystery.

Is this grammatically correct?

What I want to ask is when a subject (love) is uncountable, whether "a" is needed or not in front of the complement which is countable (mystery).
If "a" is not needed or not appropriate, "the" is needed instead? Or, is nothing needed?

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Love is a mystery.

Is this grammatically correct?

What I want to ask is when a subject (love) is uncountable, whether "a" is needed or not in front of the complement which is countable (mystery).
If "a" is not needed or not appropriate, "the" is needed instead? Or, is nothing needed?
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