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Articles in English grammar with examples by Yashpal sir ||vleads||

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In this video I have explained Complete Use of Articles (A/An, The)
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English Grammar Class 7 – English Articles – A, An and The, English Grammar learning video tutorial for CBSE/NCERT 7th Class students.

Types of articles:-
Indefinite Article:- ‘A’ and ‘An’ are known as indefinite articles. Indefinite article refers to any member of group.
Example:- An artist, a doctor etc.

Definite Article:- ‘The’ is called definite article because it indicates about particular person or thing.
Example:- The Taj Mahal, the Ganga etc.

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This is my 4th class about Articles. Follow this video.
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Using “the” correctly is one of the most difficult subjects for many students of English. In this video, Rosanna explains one simple rule that will help you, and explains how to use that rule when you’re speaking.

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you were probably taught at school ‘an’ should be followed by a vowel (a,e,i,o,u) and a should be followed by a consonant:

an elephant
a car

Unfortunately, this is not always true!

When to use an or a depends on how the word is pronounced and not on how it is written.

The U in university is pronounced with a long ‘u’ sound which sounds like ‘yew’ and is written as j in the phonetic alphabet. So, although the letter is a vowel, it is not pronounced like one in ‘university’ because it does not have a vowel sound. We therefore say ‘a university’.

The U in umbrella is pronounced as a vowel sound ( Λ using the phonetic alphabet) and so we use ‘an’. We therefore say ‘an umbrella’.

This rule also applies to the use of consonants.

The word hour has a soft ‘h’ which is weakly pronounced and therefore we say ‘an hour’.

If the word has a hard ‘h’, like house, we use ‘a’ (a house).

Take a look at the following words and decide if they should have ‘a’ or ‘an’.

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