GRAMMAR 29: Articles a/an/the/no article

GRAMMAR 29: Articles a/an/the/no article

Articles are actually sort of adjectives that define nouns. Basically, it´s simple – if you are speaking about a singular and countable thing, and it´s not definite, you use a/an, in other cases (plural, uncountable, definite) – the.

But it´s only simple at first sight.

We don´t want to make a meal out of it, so here are the basic rules for b1-b2 level that will help you out when in a pickle:

And finally, a test! Can you complete these sentences with an article or leave them with no article?

🍭They’ve changed – date of – meeting. It’s – next Tuesday now.
🍭Do you like- sport? I hate – football, I think – footballers earn too much money.
🍭Can you give me – list to – station? I want to catch – 6 o’clock train.

—-Time to think ——-

Ta-chaaaan!

🍭They’ve changed the date of the meeting. It’s next Tuesday now.

🍭Do you like sport? I hate football, I think footballers earn too much money.

🍭Can you give me a lift to the station? I want to catch the 6 o’clock train.

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