A or An | Class 3 grammar worksheet

The indefinite article ‘a’ is used before a noun beginning with a consonant sound. The indefinite article ‘an’ is used before a noun beginning with a vowel sound (a, e, i, o, u).

This grammar exercise tests your ability to use articles correctly. Complete the following sentences using an appropriate article.

1. There is …………….. tiger in the zoo.

2. I ate ………….. apple in the morning.

3. There is ……………… spider on the roof.

4. If you are hungry, you can eat ………….. egg.

5. The monkey was eating ……………. banana.

6. There is ……………… pineapple in the fridge.

7. I watched ……………. movie yesterday.

8. She wants to be …………… actor.

9. Her husband is ……………. famous singer.

10. I want to be …………….. architect.

11. She has bought ……………… new car.

12. I have ………….. pet dog.

13. She keeps ……………. rabbit in the yard.

Answers

1. There is a tiger in the zoo.

2. I ate an apple in the morning.

3. There is a spider on the roof.

4. If you are hungry, you can eat an egg.

5. The monkey was eating a banana.

6. There is a pineapple in the fridge.

7. I watched a movie yesterday.

8. She wants to be an actor.

9. Her husband is a famous singer.

10. I want to be an architect.

11. She has bought a new car.

12. I have a pet dog.

13. She keeps a rabbit in the yard.

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