famous for "its"... or famous for without "its"

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  1. Madura is famous for its heart-stopping bull race, filled with excitement.
  2. Madura is famous for a heart-stopping bull race, filled with excitement.

Could you please tell me the difference of with "its" and without "its" in these two sentences?

yethu

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its is the possessive for it. – Alejandro – 2015-12-09T11:25:40.013

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"its" is possessive.

"a" is the indefinite article. States that it is an unspecified one of many.

Madura is famous for its heart-stopping bull race

Madura is famous for the heart-stopping bull-race which belongs to Madura. (or, by extension, closely-coupled with Madura)

Madura is famous for a heart-stopping bull race

There are many heart-stopping bull-races. Madura is famous for one of them.

Euan M

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