• This is a basketball game to help practice definite and indefinite articles. Choose one of the multiple choice answers and complete the sentence using the correct article. For every correct answer you get a chance to take a shot at the basket. For every wrong answer means a miss and no points on the board. How many baskets can you shoot?

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  • In this lesson, we will learn vocabulary for fruit, as well as the use of ‘a/an’ to focus on singular nouns. When the following word starts with a consonant sound, we use ‘a’. When the following word starts with a vowel sound, we use ‘an’.

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  • Do you want to practise using articles in English? Play this British Council articles games and have fun while you learn.There are two games for you to play. When you have played the games you can print off the worksheet and practise some more.

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  • Do you know when to use 'a' or 'an'? Look at the pictures and fill in the gaps. Once you have gone through the first exercise, go to the drop-down box exercise and select the correct answer to complete the sentence. Submit your answers to see how many you got right!

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  • Play this Multiple Choice quiz and see how good you are at articles. Read the question then select your answer by clicking or typing 1,2,3, or 4. At the end you can see how many you got right, as well as the correct answers for all the ones you got wrong.

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  • Many students have difficulty knowing when to use "a," "an" or no article at all. In this grammar lesson you'll learn a couple of very basic grammar rules you can follow to know what to use when. Take the free quiz to test your understanding of the lesson!

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  • Are you confused about when to use "a," "an" and "the"? This study lesson teaches how to use definite and indefinite determiners. Essential for beginners.

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  • Rags to Riches: Answer questions in a quest for fame and fortune! In each sentence, identify the correct article. Choose choose a, an, or nothing to fill in the blank. The more answers yo get right, the higher up the winners table you go. You have 3 Hints to use along the way. Don't use them too early! Rags to Riches: Answer questions in a quest for fame and fortune.
    a, an, or nothing

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  • Play the classic game of Snakes and Ladders to practice your articles! Read the question and look at the 4 possible answers. Answer the question correctly to get a chance to roll the dice.

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  • Learn some important parts of speech in this tutorial. When you're done reading, play the games and take the quiz to test your knowledge!

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  • Well presented tutorials and exercises about Nouns, Articles and Quantifiers. The answers of the exercises are available when you complete the exercises.

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  • We use the, the definite article, before a singular or plural noun. We use the to show people that they know (or they will soon know) what we are talking about. This is a great British Council site that goes through the use and form of the definite article, with lots of examples and practice exercises.

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  • This game gets you to identify different types of words. Click on the balloon that best describes the underlined word. Is it an adjective, an article, or another type of speech?

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  • This site gives you some short examples of when to use the definite and indefinite article, as well as when to use the quantifiers 'some' and 'any'. There are then 2 exercises to do. In Exercise A you have to type in either a, an or any to complete the sentences correctly. In Exercise B, read the sentence and decide if it is correct or not.

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  • Includes links for practicing the pronunciation and usage of both indefinite and definite articles (the, a/an)

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  • There are three articles in English: a/an, the, and zero. This page contains an explanation on which to use in different contexts with examples. The self-quiz will tell you when you get the answer right or wrong with a brief explanation.

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  • Many English students make mistakes with articles — ‘a’, ‘an’, and ‘the’. This free English lesson teaches you how to use articles correctly.

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  • Use this site to revise indefinite articles and 'some' or 'any'. Click the word which best fits in the sentence on the right and check your answer to see if you are correct.

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  • This quick test helps you practice using the quantifiers 'any' and 'some'. Read the sentences and type 'any' or 'some' in the boxes below. Check your answers at the end and see which ones you got right.

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  • This page details the forms of articles and possessive words you should use with nouns. It also explains how to form the singular/plural of nouns. There are several exercises for you to practice your knowledge of these forms. The exercises will tell you if you got the answers right or wrong.

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  • An introduction or overview of English articles: a, an, the, and the zero article.
    This is a lesson in TWO PARTS. Part 1 presents basic rules or guidelines for using English articles.

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  • An introduction of overview of English articles: a, an, the, and the zero article.
    This is a lesson in TWO PARTS. Part 2 summarizes the basic rules for using English articles and offers practice.

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  • This lesson is about the indefinite articles, “a” and “an”, and the definite article, “the”. There is an exercise to test your comprehension of the lesson.

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  • Using the Definite Article (the) with Generic Nouns. Learn patterns for making generic nouns when talking about musical instruments, inventions, and animals.

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  • Talks how to use articles with places and geographical names. This is part 1 in two parts series. In this part, guidelines are presented to help learners understand the use of the definite article (THE) and the zero article (no article) when referring to places and specific geographical locations.

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  • Talks how to use articles with places and geographical names. This is part 2 of two parts series. This part summarize the guidelines presented in Part 1 and offers more practice.

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  • TOPIC: Articles with languages, countries, and nationalities.
    This is a lesson in two parts.
    Part 1 presents guidelines.
    Part 2 will offer practice.

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  • TOPIC: Articles with languages, countries, and nationalities.
    This is a lesson in two parts.
    Part 1 presented guidelines.
    Part 2 offers practice.

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  • There are three articles in English — a/an, the and zero — and we use each one in different ways. For each article, study the table of uses and examples, then test yourself by looking away and remembering as many as you can, and an example of each. How many can you remember?

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  • Comprehensive resource for learning and practicing the use of articles, including specific/nonspecific, groups/plural and "all." Also includes all the uses of "the" in various settings. Detailed explanations and quizzes.

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  • No matter how long you’ve been studying English, you may still be unsure when to use “the” ! In this lesson, you can review when to use the definite article “the” in connection with places. You’ll also learn when to capitalize “the”!

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  • Articles, determiners, and quantifiers are those little words that precede and modify nouns. They are an essential part of constructing basic English phrases. This site offers detailed information and examples about using all three.

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