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Definite, indefinite or no article.
Choose 'a', 'an', 'the' or no article for the following sentences 
1. Robert and Jessica went to party last night.
2. She has apple every morning for breakfast.
3. Can you tell me how to get to cinema from here?
4. She had very fat dog.
5. I don’t understand rules of this game.
6. I love Chilean food!
7. I always wanted to visit England.
8. Do you want to play game?
Choose 'a', 'an', 'the' or no article for the following sentences in the paragraph
I was born in Seattle, Washington. Seattle is (1) city in the United States. It is near (2) border of Canada. I live in (3) town called Olympia, in (4) house in (5) street in the countryside. (6) street is called "Bear Street" and (7) house is beautiful but very old - more than 200 years old! I am (8) English teacher at (9) school in the center of (10) town. I like books and taking photographs. I usually have (11) lunch at 1pm and go home by car. We have all kinds of food in Olympia. I like (12) Italian food very much. Sometimes, I go to (13) Italian restaurant in Seattle. (14) restaurant is called "Luigi's". Italian food is great!
In conclusion...
is used to refer to a specific object.
is used to refer to one of a number of the same objects which begins with a vowel, but if it begins with a consonant, we use .
When we talk about things in general or proper nouns, we use .





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