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2021.02.13 04:04

Let me give you a tip (it’s more like a rule) on using the word

A and An before a word. You use the "a" before words that start with a consonant sound and "an" before words that start with a vowel sound.

This is AN apple ( a in Apple is vowel sound).

This is A bat ( b in bat is a consonant sound).

😝😝😝 some guy asked for help in this area and I mind as well share it with ya.
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  • Yonathan 2021.02.13 04:26

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    I know it! Thanks for the tip.👍
  • Jake 2021.02.13 04:34

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    l think for most non native English speakers the most confusing part about the definate article is when do you use the word the, and when not.
  • Adelina 2021.02.13 04:43

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    got it.
  • Lucky 王乐乐 2021.02.13 04:56

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    @Jake I haven’t had that question yet, do you know the answer ? Please share .
  • Lucky 王乐乐 2021.02.13 04:57

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    @Jake so “the” and “when not”??
  • Jason 2021.02.13 05:17

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    @Lucky 王乐乐 for example,play football,play the piano,when we use “the”
  • Jake 2021.02.13 05:21

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    @Lucky 王乐乐 when use "the" when don't use "the"
  • Lucky 王乐乐 2021.02.13 05:47

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    @Jason @Jake please note that this is information from the web - The” is typically used in accompaniment with any noun with a specific meaning, or a noun referring to a single thing. The important distinction is between countable and non-countable nouns: if the noun is something that can’t be counted or something singular, then use “the”, if it can be counted, then us “a” or “an”. For example: John is the best at piano. (there can only be one who’s best) Lions are the most dangerous animal. (there can only be one most dangerous) We are going to the ballgame tonight. (referring to a specific game)
  • Lucky 王乐乐 2021.02.13 05:48

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    1. With the names of countries and continents In these instances we do not use the articles at all, BUT if the country is made up of different parts or if the name is taken from common nouns, for example USA, UK, UAE, then we use the article the and say the USA, the UK, the UAE, the Czech Republic, The Netherlands.
  • Lucky 王乐乐 2021.02.13 05:48

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    2. With the words breakfast, lunch, dinner When it comes to eating in general, the article is not used. But if you are speaking about a particular breakfast, lunch or dinner, use the. For example: I don’t eat breakfast. We didn’t like the dinner.
  • Lucky 王乐乐 2021.02.13 05:49

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    3. With the names of jobs and professions In these instances, use the indefinite article a/an. For example: I want to be a politician. My younger brother wants to be a vet. 4. With compass directions Compass directions are written with capital letters when they designate definite regions (the North, the South, the East, the West), but not when they indicate direction or general location. If the compass direction follows a preposition or if it designates a definite region, use the definite article the. If it follows a verb, no article is used. For example: They went east. Look to the north and you will see the lake. The North is cooler than the South.
  • Lucky 王乐乐 2021.02.13 05:49

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    5. With names of oceans, seas, rivers, and canals Remember that the definite article is always used with these bodies of water. For example, the Amazon, the Indian Ocean, the Red Sea, the Suez Canal. I would like to swim in the Red Sea, and you? The Amazon is the longest river in the world.
  • Lucky 王乐乐 2021.02.13 05:50

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    6. With the names of unique objects This means that only one of the object or thing exists; it is one of a kind. Specifically, the sun, the moon, the internet, the sky, the earth. For example: The sun is a star. We looked up at all the stars in the sky. He is always on the internet.
  • Lucky 王乐乐 2021.02.13 05:50

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    7. With uncountable nouns Uncountable nouns are nouns that we cannot count. A way to identify these nouns, in most cases, is that they do not add –s in the plural form. But remember that for every rule there are many exceptions. If you are speaking about any uncountable noun in general, do not use the article. But when speaking about something specific, the is used. For example: I like bread/milk/honey. I like the bread/the milk/the honey. (specific bread/milk/honey)
  • Lucky 王乐乐 2021.02.13 05:50

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    8. With surnames When speaking about members of the same family collectively, the article the is used before the surname. In this way, you designate a group of people –a family – with one word. Remember, the surname must be in the plural form. For example: The Smiths are coming for dinner today. Have you seen the Johnsons recently?
  • Lucky 王乐乐 2021.02.13 05:51

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    @Jason @Jake these are the basic and most common , I’m sure there is more but I think this pretty straightforward. Hope it helps.
  • Jake 2021.02.13 06:12

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    @Lucky 王乐乐 Yes it does help. thanks for sharing
  • Jason 2021.02.13 06:15

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    @Lucky 王乐乐 I got it,thanks a lot
  • Actaeon 2021.02.13 09:39

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    Thank you, it was an good idea that can help me as an person who want to learn english very well and try to use it in a article 🙈
  • Adelina 2021.02.13 10:03

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    @Lucky 王乐乐 My dear friend, thank you for your wonderful sharing.🌹☕
  • Adelina 2021.02.13 10:04

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    @Lucky 王乐乐 Thank you for your wonderful sharing.I learned it.🌸☕
  • Adelina 2021.02.13 10:04

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    @Lucky 王乐乐 👍☕
  • Adelina 2021.02.13 10:04

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    @Lucky 王乐乐 👍☕
  • Adelina 2021.02.13 10:05

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    @Lucky 王乐乐 🌹🍀
  • Adelina 2021.02.13 10:05

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    @Lucky 王乐乐 👍🎉
  • Adelina 2021.02.13 10:07

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    @Lucky 王乐乐 Dear friend, thank you for your wonderful sharing. you are hard working. I benefit a lot from you.🌹🎉❤
  • lucia 2021.02.13 10:30

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    We learned about a an the
  • 黎潇 2021.02.13 10:39

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    People in the group miss you very much😂
  • Lucky 王乐乐 2021.02.13 11:51

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    @黎潇 lol why do you say that
  • Lucky 王乐乐 2021.02.13 11:52

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    @Actaeon I see what you did there lol
  • Actaeon 2021.02.13 19:33

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    @Lucky 王乐乐 😂

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