Questions tagged with article

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Use of article "the"
I got confused between the bellow two sentences 1. He was watching television. 2. He was listening to the radio ...
article the 0 votes, asked Jul 13 by chaman shareef s h
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Why is the indefinite article used with a noun in plural?
James Brown's song "It's A Man's, Man's, Man's World" : "Man thinks about a little bit of baby girls and ...
indefinite article Articles 0 votes, asked Jan 30 by Victoria Simakova
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Consider the sentence below: A man's character can be learned from the adjectives he uses in conversation. Which word does ...
article 0 votes, edited Jan 06 by Abdul Quadir
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Tirupathi is _________ holy place.
article +2 votes, asked Jan 03 by Amy
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The definite article
If in a dialog box, there is a list of options under the heading 'Current List', which is the correct ...
article +2 votes, asked Jan 01 by Abdul Quadir
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A/the. How much certain word should be that we use "the" article ? :(
Hello I've got an issue about when I should put "a" or "the" before an noun. Of course, I know ...
a the article 0 votes, edited Jul 08 '15 by Vadim
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Grammar check!
Which of the two is grammatically correct? Sunday is fun day. Sunday is a fun day.
article adjective 0 votes, asked Jun 21 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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When "the" article must be doubled?
I see a lot of "... the the ..." constructs on the web and wonder wether all of them are ...
the double article 0 votes, asked Jun 03 '15 by John Smith
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Use of the
Please tell me when and when not to use the in front of a superlative.
superlative the article +1 vote, asked May 30 '15 by Deep
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'of English Grammar' or 'of the English Grammar'
Hi, I am strugling with this problem. Is it (a) or (b)? a) The Emergence of the English Grammar b) ...
article use 0 votes, asked Apr 20 '15 by Martin
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Articles before product descriptions
Hi, My products have descriptions where you can't tell if the description is decribing a product its user. examples - ...
describing article Articles necessary 0 votes, asked Apr 13 '15 by Brian Males
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do I use "the" or not?
What's correct?: " According to relevant literature, predesigned teaching materials are believed to ...." or "According to the relevant literature..." ...
the defini article 0 votes, asked Apr 09 '15 by Maria Prodromou
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adjecties, article
Hi, An activity I am working on says that "the" in "the orchestra" is an adjective. Isn't that an article? ...
article or adjective 0 votes, asked Mar 03 '15 by AZTeach
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'at' vs 'in' and about article.
Here's a sentence written in my textbook. The problem isn't just confined to roads, but also the subway systems that ...
article preposition 0 votes, asked Feb 25 '15 by 양지훈
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Article With Uncountable Noun - 2 sentences
Is the use of the article correct in the following sentences: 1. I love rice. It is a(?!) healthy food ...
article Uncountable noun 0 votes, asked Feb 17 '15 by Ju Ratė
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articles and nouns
Which is correct, and why? 1. He goes to college in Sydney. 2. He goes to a college in Sydney. ...
countable noun article 0 votes, asked Feb 16 '15 by madam mayhem
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........ man driving the blue car is my uncle.
........ man driving the blue car is my uncle.
article a an the 0 votes, asked Jan 30 '15 by shirsang rai
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Could anyone help me understand the usage of articles?
hello everyone, I'm a Korean student who's learning English as a second foreign language. While learning 'article' in English, I ...
article 0 votes, asked Jan 29 '15 by Myung hak 명학
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Definite article with plurals meaning some of a group
Hello everybody. My question might seem quite easy but it brought me to a confusion. 1) Assuming there were many ...
grammar article definite 0 votes, edited Nov 07 '14 by Николай Комолов
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To 'the' or not to 'the'?
Hyphenated adjectives aside, is omitting the "the" in "on scene," "in studio," "on set" etc any more or less correct ...
article the PrepositionalPhrases 0 votes, asked Oct 12 '14 by Papa Poule
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Usage of definite/indefinite article while describing what smth is
Hello. I am very confused if I understand the differences between these two examples correctly: 1) This is a reason ...
article a the describing is 0 votes, asked Oct 04 '14 by Николай Комолов
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When “and” connects two subjects, can we remove the article of the latter ?
When “and” connects two subjects, can we remove the article of the latter ? For example: Original sentence: The implementation ...
and article 0 votes, asked Aug 13 '14 by shuiying wang
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Why doesn't EPA use the definite article?
I've always thought that initialisms use the definite article (the FBI, the CIA), acronyms leave it out (NASA, NOAA). EPA ...
initialism acronym definite article 0 votes, asked Jul 24 '14 by Brennan Sang
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a indefinite article
Hello. My question is why there isn't "a" before "battle"? That's a quote from a book: "Explain to me why ...
article 0 votes, asked Mar 09 '14 by Desi
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Non-count noun
Why do we say, ".... a short time" when "time" is not a countable noun? Normally, we don't use the ...
article noun 0 votes, asked Jan 24 '14 by Wendy Coyle
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with of without 'the'
How should I say - "these are the advantages and disadvantages of television" or "these are advantages and disadvantages of ...
the article 0 votes, asked Jan 23 '14 by Alexey Morgan
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Fear or A fear?
Should I use article before this noun or not?
article fear 0 votes, asked Oct 15 '13 by Vladislav Pastukh
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Again about the usage of articles
I am trying to understand, how to use articles in general situations correctly. For example: 1) a) Water was found ...
article Articles definite 0 votes, asked Oct 14 '13 by Vladislav Pastukh
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Use of article "the"
I would like to know your opinions regarding the use of an article in the following sencence: On a monthly ...
article the use of 0 votes, asked Aug 29 '13 by cdz28
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at the same time & at same time
Please could you tell me the difference between "at the same time" and "at same time". Thank you in advance! ...
article 0 votes, asked Aug 28 '13 by Lola
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