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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #17211: A / The
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    A / The


    The indefinite article (a or an) is used with singular, countable nouns to refer to a thing or an idea for the first time.

     

    The definite article (the) is used with singular and plural, countable and uncountable nouns when both the speaker and the listener know the thing or idea already.





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    1. We have cat

    2. and dog.

    3. There's supermarket in Adam Street.

    4. I'm reading good book.

    5. We have a cat and a dog ; cat is old,

    6. but dog is just a puppy.

    7. I'm going to supermarket. Do you want anything? (We know which supermarket.).

    8. book is by Mark Antony.

    9. This is book I was telling you about.









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