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The ADJECTIVES – A, AN, THE – are also called ARTICLES and NOUN MARKERS because they indicate the coming of a NOUN. They are the most common adjectives used in English and have their own special name – ARTICLES. They also signal the coming of a noun so they are often called NOUN MARKERS. A noun is sure to follow one of the articles A, AN, THE because a noun will follow to complete the thought A what? – a CAT; The what? – the CAT; An ? – An animal is going to eat the bird. The articles are also classified as definite and indefinite – the definite article THE indicates that one specific person, place, or thing (noun) is being referred to – The bird is being stalked by the cat. The indefinite articles A, AN can refer to any person, place, or thing within the larger group (a shoe, an orange). Use AN when the noun following begins with a vowel – an animal, an attack, an albatross.

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NOUNS, ARTICLES AND ADJECTIVES. BEGINNER LESSON 11

Nouns, Articles and Adjectives Beginner lesson 11
In this English grammar lesson you’ll learn some basic rules on the use of the articles ‘a’, ‘an’ and ‘the’. We will end the lesson with a gap-filling exercise, so you can test your understanding.

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The indefinite articles “a” and “an” are used with singular countable nouns when we mention something or someone for the first time. “A” is used before consonants and “an” – before vowels. We use “the” if it’s clear for a listener what thing or person we talk about. We don’t use an article with the names of cities or countries. But we say the USA. (We use “the” with the names of countries which have the words like states, republic, kingdom, or union)
New York is a city. (a + noun)
New York is big.(adjective)
New York is a big city. (a + adjective + noun)

He has an umbrella. (an + noun which starts with the vowel “u”)
The umbrella is blue. (the + noun cause we know what umbrella we mean)
He has a blue umbrella. (a + adjective which begins with the consonant “b” + noun)

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What are Articles | When to use A, An and The | Type of Adjectives

Article are words used before noun and they modifies noun.
There are three articles in English, ‘a’,’an’ and ‘the’.
There are two types of Articles :
Definite Articles and Indefinite Articles.
‘the’ comes in definite article. ‘a and an’ comes in indefinite article

Usage of ‘A’ and ‘An’
Use ‘a’ when word start with a consonant sound and
‘an’ when word starts with a vowel sound.

Watch the entire video to understand the similarity and differences between both of them.

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