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Articles in English (a, an, the)

Articles in English (a, an, the): today we provide you complete information about Articles and uses of a, an, the with PDF. you can download Articles in English (a, an, the) pdf in Hindi and English. Articles are the most important topic for all competitive exams.

Articles:

There are three types of articles in English: a, an, and the. Articles are used before nouns or noun equivalents and are a type of adjective. 
  • In articles, the is used to denote a noun, now the type of noun is already known to the reader or to the listener.
  • The indefinite article (a, an) is used before a noun that is common or no identity is known.
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Ex1: I bought a chair – chair is a singular, countable noun Ex2: The book i bought is interesting – book is again a singular, countable noun; Ex3: I like the books you gave me – books is a plural noun. It is used in a definite sense Ex4: I like flowers – flowers is a plural noun. It is used about flowers generally, not specific flowers, so it takes no article.Ex5: Blood is thicker than water – blood and water are singular, uncountable nouns. They areused in a general sense, therefore they do not need an article.Ex6: I bought two books – you do not need an article, because you already have the word two.Ex7: I bought some books – you do not need an article, because you already have the word some.

Definite article

  • the is used to denote a noun (before a singular or plural noun)
Ex1: I bought a chair last week. The chair is about trees. (You have just mentioned the chair, so you both know which one.) Ex2: We went to a wedding yesterday. The bride wore a lovely dress. (You have not mentioned the bride before, but you both know she is connected to the wedding.)

Indefinite article

  • a (before a singular noun beginning with a consonant sound)
  • an (before a singular noun beginning with a vowel sound -a,e,i,o,u)
Ex1: I bought a chair – we do not know which chair. Ex2: There is a animal outside – we do not know anything about the animal

Countable nouns – Countable noun refers to things that can be counted whether singular or plural.

Non-countable nouns – non-countable noun refers to objects that cannot be counted

COUNT NOUNSNON-COUNT NOUNS
Rule #1 Specific identity not knowna, an(no article)
Rule #2 Specific identity knownthethe
Rule #3 All things or things in general(no article)(no article)
Decades – Mahesh was born in the 2012s.Currencies –The dollar is getting more stronger against the Indian rupee.Oceans, seas and many rivers –The Rio Grande into the Gulf of MexicoPlural or ‘united’ countries – The Abu Dhabhi are much smaller than the USA.Unique people, places or things – The President said she would call a conference on education for all people.Explanations(1) a singular, countable noun; first mention(2) no article plural, countable noun; a number is used instead (‘three streets’)(3) a singular, countable noun; first mention(4) a singular, countable noun; first mention(5) a singular, countable noun; first mention; someone’s job(6) a singular, countable noun; first mention(7) an singular, countable noun; first mention(8) the plural, countable noun; we know which tins (the tins at the back of his cupboard), so the noun is specific(9) the singular, countable noun; specific noun followed by ‘of’(10) no article singular, countable noun; ‘most of his home’(11) the singular, countable noun; the writer is drawing you into the story, assuming that you know which television set is talked about, and that Mr Coleman only has one television set(12) no article plural, countable noun; not specific(13) a singular, countable noun; first mention(14) the singular, countable noun; second mention. You know which catalogue, so it is now specific(15) a singular, countable noun; first mention(16) no article plural, countable noun; not specific(17) a singular, countable noun; first mention(18) the singular, countable noun; specific noun followed by ‘of’(19) no article plural, countable noun; not specific(20) the singular, countable noun; we know which covers (the covers which went with the timer), so the noun is specific(21) the singular, countable noun; second mention. You know which catalogue, so it is now specific(22) a singular, countable noun; first mention(23) no article plural, countable noun; a number is used(24) a singular, countable noun; first mention(25) the singular, countable noun; specific noun followed by ‘of’(26) an singular, countable noun before a word beginning with a vowel sound; first mention 
 

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Q1.  Types of Articles in English?Ans: There are three types of articles in english: a, an, and the.Q2. How to use Article a? Ans: Before a singular noun beginning with a consonant sound.Q3. How to use Article an? Ans:  before a singular noun beginning with a vowel sound -a,e,i,o,u