A, an, the or nothing?

These tiny little words are not only quite important in English, but also quite confusing for many English language learners, right?

You will learn about them in our A2 General English course. To find out more about our 英会話 courses, click on the link.

For a guide in how and when to use  a, an, the or nothing, check out this video.



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  1. It’s not easy for English learners to distinguish how to use ” A, AN ” & ” THE”

    I’ll write the sentences, so could you please check them?

    ☆☆☆ At AN ice cream shop

    A : What flavour of ICE CREAM would you like?

    B : I’d like 2 Green tea ICE CREAMS.

    ☆☆☆ I was running on A bike along THE Toyohira river.

  2. Your sentences at the ice cream shop are good, Momo. With your last sentence though, are you sure you can ‘run’ on a bike? 😉 Your use of A and THE are correct, though! Actually, you don’t usually need to use THE with the names of rivers. We usually only use THE in this case when the rivers are famous e.g. the (River) Thames, the Seine, the Nile, the Amazon.



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