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Articles Homework Answers

  • June 15, 2016
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Put the indefinite article where needed:

  • I want a chair to be of the same color as that table. (I want a chair to be of the same color as that table.)
  • Give me, please, a cup of tea.
  • You know, he gave me a rose once.
  • What do you do? – I’m a student yet.
  • Such a nice day!
  • Andrew wants to become a singer when he grows up.
  • You’ve eaten only a piece of bread and some sugar in your coffee!
  • He’s got a ticket to the theatre for her.
  • She’s a bank accountant.
  • What a lovely superhero in that film. Super-cat!
  • I’d like to take a bus. I’m so scared of the metro!
  • This is a hammer, and that is a hatchet.
  • How can one repair a broken hammer?
  • They’ve got a new poster. Do you like it?
  • We were contemplating a beautiful dress. Where to get money from to buy it today?

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Put the indefinite article “a” or “an” where needed:

  • I am writing an article about these elephants. (I am writing an article about these elephants.)
  • Do you want an ice cream?
  • She says only a “hello” to me.
  • We’ll be ready in an hour.
  • He’s an ambitious student.
  • No, I’d prefer to take a cup of coffee.
  • Fred is working on an MBA.
  • That was an extraordinary strange person!
  • What an awesome face! Do it again, please!
  • It’s a usual cat.
  • The cat is a ubiquitous animal!
  • This castle is in an unacceptable condition. Unacceptable!
  • Do you know my friend? He’s a violinist.
  • Mommy, I want a dog. Buy me a dog.
  • Leyla is an FBI agent.
  • I’m a new employee here. Could you, please, help me?
  • They are a new team, but they do their best. Ask them.
  • She’s a mother of two children; I don’t know anything more about her.
  • What do you like a romantic or a police story?articles

Put the definite article or the zero article where needed:

  • You’re the best student I’ve ever met. (You’re the best student I’ve ever met.)
  • Open the door, please.
  • The bear eats salmon.
  • I’m in the room.
  • Earth rotates around the Sun.
  • He knew where was the umbrella you were looking for.
  • The Moon is Earth’s satellite.
  • Paris is the capital of France.
  • I guess, you’re the one who is always right.
  • Give me some water, please.
  • Yes, I’d like some milk.
  • Would you like wine with dinner?
  • We’re learning English.
  • One friend of mine speaks 15 languages.
  • It’s Arabic, Swahili, English, French, and so many native dialects!
  • Time is money.
  • The Nile is a huge river.
  • Have you ever been to the Philippines?
  • Do they have some photos of the Great Canyon?

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