|The words a, an, and the are special adjectives called articles.|
Indefinite Articles—a, an
an—used before singular count nouns beginning with a vowel (a, e, i, o, u) or vowel sound:
Can be used before singular and plural, count and non-count nouns
1. Indefinite Article (a, an)Used before singular nouns that are unspecified:
2. Definite Article (the)Used to indicate a noun that is definite or has been previously specified in the context:
Choose the correct article in each sentence.
1)Did you bring (a, an, the) umbrella?
2)Are you looking for (a, an, the) shampoo?
3)I checked (a, an, the) mailbox again.
4)Can I have (a, an, the) spoon please?
5)I was born into (a, an, the) poor family.
6)She will come back in (a, an, the) hour.
7)Have you been to (a, an, the) Space Needle Tower in Seattle?
8)I would love to talk to one of (a, an, the) managers.
9)What (a, an, the) amazing view!
10)The helicopter landed on (a, an, the) roof of a building.
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