“Hand me an avocado and a radish for the salad, please.”
Articles are words that make it clear whether a noun refers to something specific or something general. The English language has three articles: a, an, and the. You use them everyday whether you’re talking about the lunch you just ate, a foodie trend you’re dying to try, or really, anything else. But do you know how to decide between a, an, or the? Test your knowledge now!
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