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Basic English grammar - definite & indefinite articles

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Esperanza Lafuente

on 21 January 2013

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Transcript of Basic English grammar - definite & indefinite articles

THE DEFINITE AND
INDEFINITE ARTICLES THE DEFINITE ARTICLE THE INDEFINITE ARTICLE We use the definite article 'the' to talk about something or somebody that we already know, or that has previously appeared in the conversation.

The indefinite article is used to talk about non-specific objects, or before nouns referring to things being newly introduced into the discourse. Who is the president of the United States?
The doctor is very good Before nouns beginning with a CONSONANT, we use 'a': 'I work in a factory'

Before nouns beginning with a VOWEL, we use 'an': 'She is an English teacher' He is Barack Obama, the president of the United States. an eye a house
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