Articles exercise

May 11, 2013pdf

This exercise tests your knowledge of articles. Complete the following sentences using a, an or the. In some cases, no articles are needed.

1. If you are really hungry, you can eat ……………… apple. (an / a / no article is needed)

2. She went on to become ………………….. successful playback singer. (a / the / no article is needed)

3. ………………… library on the corner has an amazing collection of story books. (the / a / no article is needed)

4. I don’t speak ………………… Hindi very well, but I can make myself understood. (the / a / no article is needed)

5. She is …………………… prettiest girl I have ever seen. (the / a / no article is needed)

6. ‘Where is ………………… cheese?’ ‘I ate it.’ (a / the / no article is needed)

7. Move ………………… books off that chair and sit down. (the / a / no article is needed)

8. ………………………. Irish have their own language. (the / an / no article is needed)

9. ………………. Life is complicated. (the / a / no article is needed)

10. I am writing ………………… book on Indian mythology. (a / the / no article is needed)

Answers

1. If you are really hungry, you can eat an apple.

2. She went on to become a successful playback singer.

3. The library on the corner has an amazing collection of story books.

4. I don’t speak Hindi very well. (No article is needed)

5. She is the prettiest girl I have ever seen.

6. Where is the cheese?

7. Move the books off that chair and sit down.

8. The Irish have their own language.

9. Life is complicated. (No article is needed)

10. I am writing a book on Indian mythology.

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