The correct phrase to use is “in an effort to.” “Effort” is a singular noun, so it should be preceded by “an” which is the indefinite article for singular nouns starting with vowels. It is grammatically incorrect to say, “in an effort to.”
- Example – The company revised its customer service training program in an effort to improve customer satisfaction.
in an effort to
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In an effort to make credit accessible to all communities.
Focusing on values and lifestyle outcomes in an effort to improve the quality of residential services..
I went there in an effort to help the child, but you can see there is corruption in the world.
The employment of weather satellite imagery in an effort to identify and locate the forest-tundra ecotone in Canada..
USDA Expands and Renews Conservation Reserve Program in Effort to Boost Enrollment and Address Climate Change.
McCarthy offers his critics a key concession in effort to clinch House speakership.
Defense Department raises rates in effort to hire, retain, child care workers.
Arizona legislature advances bill restricting retail competition in effort to promote reliability.