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Articles: Indefinite vs. Definite According to the Holt Handbook (HH) sixth edition, the two articles in the English language are a and the. The main function of an ...  Down

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Indefinite vs. Definite First Mention ... article (Ø), and second mention requires the definite article (‘the’) (or a demonstrative or pronoun) ...  Down

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In the case of plural count nouns, the indefinite vs. definite contrast is marked by the use of some vs. the and, in both cases, the NPs are specific ...   Down

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    In the case of plural count nouns, the indefinite vs. definite contrast is marked by the use of some vs. the and, in both cases, the NPs are specific.

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    that/those language learners whose native languages do not differentiate between definite and indefinite articles. a, an Page 1 of 3 STUDY NOTES ...

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    “The” is the definite article in English. Indefinite Articles: “A,” “An,” and “Some ...

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  • Articles! - University of New Hampshire

    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
  • Did you see a crocodile or the crocodile? – Teaching the ...

    ... this explicit marking of definite vs. indefinite ... it is assumed that usage of definite and indefinite articles to indicate definite vs. indefinite ...

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    Definiteness - definite and indefinite noun phrases ... In Greek and Swedish the nouns within this group usually have an article - indefinite or definite ...

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