An article is a word that combines with a noun to indicate the type of reference being made by the noun.

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How do I know which article to use before a noun specified by a relative clause?

How can I explain the usage of the indefinite article in the following sentences? Thanksgiving is a day when we celebrate the harvest. New Year' Eve is a night when I have fun with my ...
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Definite Article with Prepositional Phrases

I am trying to learn how to correctly use articles in English. It is a bit hard for me since I do not have this concept in my native language. I am confused by two rules: the first rule is to use "a"...
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“I remember a time” vs. “I remember the time”

I remember a time she was working as a waitress. I remember the time she was working as a waitress. Which of these is correct? And why?
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Indefinite article in a parallel (?) structure

I'm confused as whether to use an article with the second noun in structures like this (this is just an example, it's a person describing their profession): "As a journalist and (a???) traveller...."...
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Definite/Indefinite or Zero Article?

Should I use any article before "adjective" in the following sentence? Semantic field of adjective "black" in Chinese and Russian languages.
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The use of indefinite article next to a parenthetical

Context Trevor was intrigued by the problem associated with the use of the indefinite article a. The two versions of the sentence that sparked this reaction are as follows: Version Gamma: The ...