Articles are very important words in English and so is their knowledge.
There are two kinds of articles.
(i) Indefinite Articles —A, An (in the sense of 'one' and 'any)
(ii) Definite Articles—The (in the sense of 'this' and 'that')
Rules of Articles
The Use of Indefinite Articles 'A', 'An'
A student must note that the choice between 'A' and 'An' is determined primarily by SOUND.
(A) 'A is used before a word beginning.
(i) With consonant, e.g.,Read More...
Use of articles :
(I) Indefinite article 'A'/'An' is used when we talk of a thing or a person that is indefinite or that is mentioned for the first time, (in the sense of ‘one’)
(II) Indefinite article is also used to express a class (in the sense of ‘any’)
(A) Before a singular/countable common noun when it is mentioned for the first time representing no particular person or a thing, e.g.,
(i) I need a book. (one)
(ii) Twelve inches make a foot. (one)
(iii) A beggar came to my door. (one)
(iv) Please get me a scooter. (one)Read More...