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Remember the use of articles a or anWe use  a or an before countable nouns in the singular.

 
Write a or an.
 
 cat
 
 girl
banana
 
elephant
 
apple
 
butterfly
hat
 
star
balloon
 
 
clown
 
 
frog
 
 
 
umbrella
rabbit
 
airplane
boy
 
penguin
pencil
 
 
camera
 
 
mouse
 
 
orange
 
bee
 
bird
 
eraser
car
 
dog
 
egg
 
bear
 
hippo
 
spider
 
book
igloo
bus
octopus
lion
 
monkey
 
 
ball
 
pen
 
avocado
 
tree
 
 
 
ant
 
                  

  • Write 

          1. This is  green pen.

        2.  This is  orange pencil.

        3.Anna can see  notebook.

        4.  I have  pink car.

    5.  I can see  avocado.

    6.  I have  yellow cat.

    7.  This is  eraser.

    8.  I can see  apples.

    9.  She has  big  eyes.

    10.   It is  pencil-box.

    11.    This is  blue ball.

    12.  It is  igloo.

    13.  Ben has   book.

    14.  I have  brown dog.

    15.  I can see  apple.

    16.  I have  green pencil.

    17.  This is  egg.

    18.  I have  bags.

    19.  He has  small ears.

    20.   The boys have   pencils.

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