Articles Worksheet-10

Articles Worksheet-10

 

Fill in the correct article wherever necessary:

  1. There is ____ park behind my house.

A. A                                                  B. No article required

C. An                                               D. The

 

  1. Meena brought ____ banana in her lunch-box today.

A. No article required                 B. A

C. The                                              D. An

 

  1. ____ Sunita is my best friend.

A. The                                              B. A

C. An                                               D. No article required

 

  1. We all stay in ____ India; we are ____ Indians.

A. A – the

B. The – the

C. An – the

D. No article required – No article required

 

  1. I ate ____ apricot. ____ apricot was very sweet.

A. An – the                                     B. A – the

C. An – No article required       D. The – the

 

  1. Do you know which is ____ tallest building of ___ world?

A. A – the                                       B. The – No article required

C. An – the                                     D. The – the

 

  1. My father gave me ____ one-rupee coin of 1975.

A. No article required                 B. A

C. The                                              D. An

 

  1. There is ____ eagle on that tall mountain.

A. A                                                  B. No article required

C. An                                               D. The

 

  1. “Ramesh, bring me ____ glass of water, please,” said Father.

A. A                                                  B. The

C. An                                               D. No article required

 

  1. Can you see ____ red book which is on that table?

A. No article required                 B. A

C. The                                              D. An

 

  1. I saw ____ old woman eating ____ kiwi fruit with great relish.

       A. No article required – a          B. The – a

       C. A – an                                        D. An – a

 

  1. Do you know any stories in which there is ____ unicorn?

A. A                                                  B. No article required

C. An                                               D. The

 

  1. There is ____ university building on this road. Which is it?

A. A                                                  B. No article required

C. The                                              D. An

 

  1. Can you see ____ moon peeping out from behind ____ clouds?

A. No article required – the       B. A – the

C. An – the                                     D. The – the

 

  1. Sunita’s brother is studying to become ___ engineer, but she wants to become ___ teacher.

A. No article required – a          B. An – a

C. A – an                                        D. The – the

 

Answer Key:

  1. A

Explanation: ‘Park’ starts with a consonant sound; hence ‘a’ is used.

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Banana’ starts with a consonant sound; hence ‘a’ is used.

  1. D

Explanation: ‘Sunita’ is a proper noun; hence no article is required.

  1. D

Explanation: ‘India’ is a proper noun; hence no article is required. ‘Indians’ is plural; hence no article is required.

  1. A

Explanation: ‘Apricot’ starts with a vowel sound; hence ‘an’ is used. Next, ‘apricot’ is particular; hence ‘the’ is used.

  1. D

Explanation: ‘Tallest’ is the superlative degree; hence ‘the’ is used. ‘World’ is particular; hence ‘the’ is used.

  1. B

Explanation: ‘One’ starts with a consonant sound; hence ‘a’ is used.

  1. C

Explanation: ‘Eagle’ starts with a vowel sound; hence ‘an’ is used.

  1. A

Explanation: ‘Glass’ starts with a consonant sound and is countable; hence ‘a’ is used.

  1. C

Explanation: ‘Red book’ is particular; hence ‘the’ is used.

  1. D

       Explanation: ‘Old’ starts with a vowel sound; hence ‘an’ is used. ‘Kiwi’ starts with a consonant sound; hence ‘a’ is used.

  1. A

Explanation: ‘Unicorn’ starts with a consonant sound; hence ‘a’ is used.

  1. A

Explanation: ‘University’ starts with a consonant sound; hence ‘a’ is used.

  1. D

Explanation: ‘Moon’ is particular; hence ‘the’ is used. ‘Clouds’ is plural; hence ‘the’ is used.

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Engineer’ starts with a vowel sound; hence ‘an’ is used. ‘Teacher’ starts with a consonant sound; hence ‘a’ is used.