I couldnt believe my eyes when I saw an. elephant crossing the road in front of my school yesterday.
Articles are very important in the English language. They are words which can be used with nouns to specify or indicate their limit. Articles can be used to specify a noun in terms of its size, volume, definiteness, and scope. There are two types of articles in the English language; definite and indefinite articles.
However, there are some differences between a definite article and an indefinite article. A definite article is a word that precedes a noun, which indicates or specify the particular noun that is being discussed or considered. A definite article is used when you want to be specific about a specific noun or a class out of many courses.
An example of a definite article is 'The.' Indefinite articles, on the other hand, are words that precede a noun and which indicate or specify that the noun is referring to any member of the class of objects mentioned by the noun. Examples are 'An and A.' While 'an' is used together with nouns starting with vowel sounds, 'a' is used together with nouns beginning with consonant sounds.
"A" article can complete this sentence.
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The correct answer is Option (D).
It is a beautiful day for a picnic by the lake in the central park is a complete and correct sentence. It explains when an action takes place that is today which is regarded a “beautiful day” and where the action is to take place “by the lake in Central Park”.
Option A (it is the beautiful day) is not correct because of the word “the” it makes the sentence an unspecified sentence.
Option B is also wrong but confusing. “Let’s go on a picnic” sounds like a complete statement but it’s not definite of where and when this action should take place.
Option C is also incorrect
This would depend on context. “An” is not proper here; “laptop” starts with a consonant. “An” is used when the word starts with a vowel. “A” would be proper here if you’re not sure what kind of a laptop you want to buy. This is very much the language of someone who is just about to start or who has done little research into what kind of a laptop they want.
On the other hand, if you know exactly what kind of a laptop you’re going to get, “the” would be the correct answer. This is simply because now there is a specific laptop, one laptop, that you want to buy. It could simply be that you don’t have the money for it, or that you can’t get to the store until next week.
This is a strange question. The definite article, the, completes this sentence. to me the other option makes no sense. If you do not use the definite article, it is either omitted because it is understood, or the indefinite article, a, is used. Of course, there is a different meaning to I listen to a radio in comparison with I listen to the radio. It might be difficult for a beginner in English to understand this.
An article is a word used to modify a noun. We use articles to point out or refer to nouns in conversations and writing. There are two articles, which are “a,” and “the.” If you are referring to a specific noun, use the definite article “The.”
Articles specify grammatical definiteness of the noun and in some languages extending the volume or numerical scope. Examples would be, The fox devours the apples we leave in the yard would refer to a specific fox and A fox devours the apples we leave in the yard would refer to any fox. These two small words are used frequently, and even though they are small, they are significant.