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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #126417: Articles A - An - The
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    Articles A - An - The


    There are three articles. The first two are indefinite and the last one is definite.

    A- comes before consonants. Example- Do you have a book?

    An- comes before vowels (a,e,i,o,u) Example- I am eating an apple.

    The- comes before particular nouns and universal truths. Example- The sun is a star.

    Notice how with 'a', book starts with a consonant, and with 'an', apple starts with a vowel.

    'The' might be difficult, but you will get it with practice :) There are exceptions, but I won't talk about them here.

    Good Luck!


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    1. table is round.

    2. I have pen.

    3. Would you like orange?

    4. clock Big Ben is London's famous landmark.

    5. She is beautiful girl.

    6. I want to become engineer.

    7. I love new chair.

    8. I want new pencil.

    9. She has golden necklace.

    10. Can you pass me eraser?

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