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05/12/2021 15:22:01

ARTICLE PRACTICES

Practice 1:

Insert “a” or “an” if necessary.

  1. I’d like to talk to you today about …………………..exciting development.
  2. Climate protection is …………………challenge for our entire society.
  3. My brother is ………………….architect.
  4. Vinasat 2 is …………………fully-equipped observation satellite.
  5. We had……….fish and chips for………….lunch.
  6. I only have ………half………hour for …………cup of …………..coffee.
  7. My cousin is …………..photographer. Let’s ask him for…………advice about color photos.
  8. Do you take ………….sugar in …………coffee? I used to, but I am now on ………….diet. I’m trying to lose……….weight.
  9. I hope you have …………..lovely time and ……………good weather.
  10. But I am not going for………………holiday. I am going on……………..business.
  11. Susie broke…………….leg in ………………skiing accident. It’s still in………….plaster.

Practice 2:

Insert “the” if necessary.

  1. ……………. youngest boy has just started going to …………….school. …………..eldest boy is at…………college.
  2. Julie is living on …………top floor of an old house. When……….wind blows, all……….windows rattle.
  3. …………..poor in my country benefit a lot from fair-trade products.
  4. I am on…………….night duty. When you go to…………bed, I’ll have to go to ……………….work.
  5. Jack first went to…………sea in a Swedish ship, so as well as learning………navigation he had to learn……..Swedish.
  6. Yesterday, I went to  …………….school  to  talk  to  ………….headmistress.  I persuaded her to let Ann give up…………gymnastics and take ……….ballet lessons instead.
  7. Like many women, she likes…………tea parties and …………gossip.
  8. Do you know……….time?
  9. Yes, …………..clock in ………….hall has just struck nine.
  10. I’d like to see…………..Mr. Brown, please.
  11. Do you mean …………Mr. Brown who works in ……….post office, or …………..other Mr. Brown?
  12. Did you come by……………air?
  13. No, I came by…………..sea. I had a lovely voyage on ………………….Queen Elizabeth II.

Practice 3:

Insert “a”, “an” or “the” if necessary.

There was (1)…………..knock on (2)……………. door. I opened it and found (3)……… small dark man in (4)………… blue overcoat and (5)…………woolen cap. He said he was (6)………….employee of (7)…………gas company and had come to read (8)………….meter. However, I had (9)…………..suspicion that he wasn’t speaking (10)…………truth because (11)…………..meter readers usually wears (12)…………..peaked caps. Nonetheless, I took (13)…………..man to (14)………. meter in (15)…………….dark corner under (16)…………….stairs. I asked if he had (17)…………….torch. He said he disliked torches and always read (18)………….meters by (19)…………..light of (20)……………match. I remarked that if there was (21)……………leak in (22)……………..gas pipe there might be (23)…………..explosion while he was reading (24)……………..meter. He said, “As (25)………..matter of (26)………..fact, there was (27)…………… explosion in (28) …………..last house that he visited, and Mr. Smith, (29) ……………  owner  of  (30) …………..  house,  was in (31)  ……………..  face”. “Mr.  Smith  was  holding  (32) …………..lighted match at (33) …………. time of (34)……….explosion”. To prevent (35) ……………. possible repetition of this accident, I lent him (36)……………torch. He switched on (37)……………….torch, read (38)……………..meter and wrote (39)……….reading down on (40) ………………back of (41)…………envelope. I said in  (42)……………surprise  that  (43)…………meter  readers  usually  put  (44)…………..readings  down  in  (45) ……………..book. He said that he had had (46)……………book but that it had been burn in (47)…………….fire in (48)……………Mr. Smith’s house. By this time, I had come to (49)……………conclusion that he wasn’t (50)……………..genuine  meter  reader,  and  (51)……………..moment  he  left  (52)………………house,  I  rang  (53) ……………police.

Practice 4:

Fill in the gaps with a, an, the, or put a cross (x) if no article is needed.

(a)………………….local legends say that (b) ………………….Borneo’s few thousand wild elephants are descendants from   those   brought   to   (c)   ………………….island   from   India   or   Malaysia   as   (d)   ………………….gift   to   (e) ………………….sultan in (f) ………………….eighteenth century. Biologists from (g) ………………….Columbia University’s Center for Environmental Research and Conservation compared DNA samples from Borneo elephants with Asian elephants in Sumatra, India and elsewhere. (h) ………………….findings confirmed their suspicions: Borneo’s elephants are genetically different. In fact, (i) ………………….DNA differences are so great between them and their closest relatives (elephants in Peninsular Malaysia) that (j) ………………….populations may have separated up to 300,000 years ago, say (k) ………………….scientists. The animals became isolated  when  (l) ………………….island became totally cut off from the mainland due to (m) ………………….rise in sea level. Borneo’s elephants are, therefore, (n) ………………….important, separate population.

 

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