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Indefinite Article “An” and Definite Article “The” Use and Examples English Language
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Comprehensive guide to the First Language English examination Paper 2 (Extended). Includes an overview of the exam; passages from June 2010 past paper; suggested responses; mark scheme with commentary. Exam code: 0500/02
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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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9-1 GCSE English Language: ARTICLE Writing (NEW and UPDATED 2017!)

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Gabby answers another question in this video lesson.

When do you use articles?

Many of you might think that articles in English are difficult, but Gabby is going to make it

really simple for you in this video.

‘The’ is called a Definite Article because we are talking about something specific. We’re talking

about something that we can clearly define.

There are certain words that you will not put after ‘The’.

For example:

‘All you need is love’.

For this expression you don’t need to add ‘The’ because it is referring to love in general.

However, when you say,

‘The love of a mother’

‘The’ is necessary because this is a statement about a specific kind of love. ‘The’ is necessary to

portray the idea clearly.

‘The’ is used when you talk about objects, specific locations, certain countries and even one

singular thing such as; The cat. The door. The car. The moon.

Practice using ‘The’ and practice listening for it in sentences. You’ll notice that when someone

forgets to say ‘The’, it may cause some confusion or disrupt the flow of a sentence.

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Learn the ten tips for writing an article, which take you from Grade 5 to grade 9. See what a grade 5/6 article looks like, how to improve it to a grade 7, and how to go further to grades 8 and 9.

1.Start each sentence with a different word
2. Write about the future
3. Not only…but
4. Show me…show me
5. Pair your verbs for emphasis
6. Extend your simile or metaphor
7. Anecdote
8. The contrasting power of ‘but’
9. Humorous comparison
10. Go to town on triplets. More anecdotes. Load your sentences with techniques which fit
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