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1) All the students of the first year are invited. 2) All students of the first year are invited. [ what does first and second sentences mean with and without the ]

  • In your context, why do you think there is any difference? Honestly though, "All first year students are invited." would be more natural, and avoid the issue. – user3169 Oct 15 '17 at 18:00
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In this case the two sentences are almost identical in meaning. I would not use "the", as it is slightly shorter.

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I think that " All 'the' students of the first year are invited" is the correct sentence. The article 'the' should be used with the students as well as the first year.

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