(grammar)either of the determiners `a/an'(the indefinite article)or `the'(the definite article)
Any of a class of words used to signal nouns and to specify their application. In English, the indefinite articles are a and an and the definite article is the.
Don't leave out the definite article.
school NOTE ON USAGE When a school,hospital,etc is being referred to as an institution,we do not use the definite article after a preposition
A fit of petulant sulkiness. Often used with the.
A fit of nervousness.Often used with the.
"A", "an" and "the" aren't necessary parts of speech.
Occurring without an article. Used especially of Greek nouns.
Yes. But articles @A@ and @The@ don't count.
A word that defines or limits, such as the definite article or a demonstrative pronoun.
God. Often used with the or a possessive adjective.
Elderly people considered as a group. Used with the.
The mainland of Europe.Used with the.
A Survey on College Students′ Mastery of the Definite Article;
On Cognitive and Psychological Base of Definite Article "the" with Specific Reference
Indefinite.Used of pronouns.