Posted by: bluesyemre | November 27, 2014

When to Use ‘A,’ ‘An,’ or ‘The’

  • There are several exceptions, or more complicated situations than the above chart covers. Below we have laid out some of the general and specific rules about using A, AN, and THE. Remember, in order to use A, AN, and THE properly, you must know whether or not a noun is a Count or Non-Count Noun. (A count noun is the name of something that can be counted: one book, two books, three books. A non-count noun is the name of something that cannot be counted: milk, flour, freedom, justice).

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