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Indefinite Article

A singular countable noun always has an article or another determiner with it. The indefinite article a/an is used to talk about one particular person or thing when the listener does not know which one is meant, or...

When To Use A and When To Use The

In some situations, you can use either the indefinite article (a/an) or the definite article (the). Note that there is a difference of meaning between the two structures. The definite article is used when...

Article A/An Correct Use

The article a placed in front of a noun conveys the idea of one. When writing about two separate objects, a second a must be used. If the two objects are considered as one,...

Articles

A, an and the are called the articles. A/an is called the indefinite article; the is called the definite article. We use the before a noun when our listener/reader knows (or can work out)...