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Hello. I will appreciate it if a native speaker of English will help me with several questions.
1)is the article used in the phrase: "go on (a?)protest";
2)is it possible to say: "the plan is aiming" or is it "aims";
3) is it possible to say: "to reload" relations (between countries) or is it "reset"?
Thank you very much.

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    It would be much better (much more accurate) if I could read the complete sentences or even two or three sentences in which each of these phrases are used. Out of context, it's often very hard, if not impossible, to tell.

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