Definite and Indefinite Articles Exercise 5

Articles are important elements of a language but it can be difficult to know which one to use. In short, you use ‘a’ or ‘an’ for general things and ‘the’ for specific elements. The first two articles are indefinite articles and ‘the’ is a definite article.

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This is an exercise about the difference between definite and indefinite articles.

Definite and indefinite articles exercise

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Definite and Indefinite Articles Exercise 5

Complete these sentences by filling in the correct article.
1.
Do you know what weather will be like next few days?
2.
My father found old iPod.
3.
I am so happy because I got e-reader for my birthday.
4.
He can sing Belgian national anthem.
5.
Have you seen new HBO TV-show?
6.
I could use cold beer right now.
7.
We really need new camera before we go to Spain.
8.
I'm looking for film to watch this evening.
9.
My cousin got new dog last week.
10.
He has always wanted pet.

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