Before a noun.
After a noun.
Nouns that refer to people and to things that exist physically and can be seen, touched, smelled, heard, or tasted.
Nouns that refer to groups of people or things; family, team, jury etc.
Nouns that refer to ideas, qualities, condition etc.
Yes, both are the same things.
No, both differ in meaning.
You can come in, but only with a ticket.
You can't enter with a ticket of a different hall.
You will need a ticket to enter.
All of above.
You must not enter the hall without a ticket.
James wrote a beautiful song for Lilly.
A beautiful song was written by Snape for Lilly.
Logan usually smokes cigar.
Logan has smoked cigar in past but doesn't smoke it anymore.
Logan is used to cigar.
Logan is dead now.
We saw a movie.
The game was great.