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THE or NOTHING?
When should "the" be omitted in English?
-> Before countries or family names:
Ø England is an island.
Ø Africa is a continent.
The United States of America = the U. S. A.
-> Before titles or jobs:
Ø Doctor Sin - Ø Lady James - Ø Sir Arthur - Ø Professor Smith
-> Before abstract nouns, a few uncountable nouns, general rules:
(all) Ø cats have four legs.
But: The dog I saw was black.
(all) Ø grass is green.
But: The grass in my garden is too high.
Choose the correct answer.
Ø = no article.
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