Usage of 'a' and'the'


I am in a mood for eating out. VS. I am in the mood for eating out.


I am in a bad mood. VS. I am in the bad mood.


Do you native English speakers feel any difference in meaning and usuage between them respectively ?


Thank you so much as usual and have a good day and take good care.

asked Mar 16 '13 at 01:14 Hans Contributor

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