Grammar 7


Articles (Review)

There are only three articles in the English language.

When simplifying sentences, articles should always be canceled or ignored or "clumped together" with the noun that they precede. In other words:

Let's imagine we're analyzing the following sentence:

We don't want to think of this as a 3-part sentence (even though it consists of three different words). Instead, we want to think of "the dog" as just one thing (the subject of the sentence), and that "thing" is performing an action (that is, it's barking).

Key Point:

Instructions for the Quiz

Identify the article.