Using “a”, “an”, or “the”
Use the article “a” for a single noun that begins with a consonant or a word that begins with “u”, that is pronounced like “you”, that is not a specific item or it is unknown.
Example: That is a union flag.
Example: I need an honest person to help me.
Example: Jane wants an umbrella; it’s raining.
Use the article “the” for nouns, singular or plural, that are more specific or belongs in a group.
Example: The dog needs feeding. (already known)
Example: Hand me the pencils over there. (location specific)
1. Nohemi needs aanthe book for math class.
2. Juan went to aanthe movies to see aanthe new animal film.
3. Irving speaks English to aanthe new student.
4. I want to borrow aanthe markers.
5. May I get aanthe drink of water?
6. That is aanthe big baby.
7. I really need aanthe dictionary for English.
8. What is that aanthe photo of?
9. This is aanthe wonderful day.
10. This has been aanthe most wonderful day.
11. Congrats, that is aanthe honor to recieve "Student of the Month".
12. It is my desire to see aanthe sun set in Hawaii.
13. Please can you give me aanthe calculator?
14. I like to see aanthe unique drawing from you.
15. Mr. Speaks would love to have aanthe quiet day.