that/those language learners whose native languages do not differentiate between definite and indefinite articles. a, an Page 1 of 3 STUDY NOTES ... Down
Articles: Indefinite vs. Definite According to the Holt Handbook (HH) sixth edition, ... Indefinite Article: A is the indefinite article ... Down
Indefinite vs. Definite First Mention First mention makes the indefinite articles (‘a’ / ‘an’) ... http://sana.tkk.fi/awe/grammar/articles/definite/first.html ... Down
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the noun; 45 languages have an indefinite article, but no definite article; 198 have neither indefinite nor definite article (Dryer 2011). 2www.grammar-matters.com/links/choice_of_article.pdf
which article to use: Definite vs. indefinite nouns ... correctly, but to have trouble using definite articles (“The”). Proper Names: Names of people ...www.unh.edu/writing/cwc/handouts/citation/Articles.pdf
The explicit marking of definite vs. indefinite reference of countable nouns primarilywww.eslteachersboard.com/pdf/Turnoi/Articles1.pdf