Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 26 Articles

What are indefinite articles? Where do we use them?
What is the definite article? Where do we use it?

Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 26 Articles (0)

A and an are indefinite articles as a/ an means any one of something.

We use a with a singular countable noun beginning in a consonant sound.

We use an before a singular countable noun beginning in a vowel sound.

We use the before all kinds of nouns (countable or uncountable; singular or plural) when it is clear from the context which one(s) we mean.

He uses the when he mentions apple and banana the second time in the conversation because by that time the first speaker knows which apple and which banana he is talking about. They’ve become definite by that time.

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