What’s the deal with articles? We notice clients tend to have problems with article usage. Do you know when to use the, a, an, or omit an article?
-Use “a” or “an” when referring to a singular noun:
A deadline is the time limit for completing a task.
Jessica is an architect. She’s a Canadian who lives in Miami.
-Use with certain expressions:
a few, a little, a great many
-Omit “a” or “an” when the noun is plural
-Use “The” with nouns already mentioned or specific
AA is building a new office.
The office will have three rooms.
-Use with nouns that are unique, or specific
The CEO wants the project finished by April.
-Use with superlative form of adjectives
The biggest challenge will be scheduling for the new team.
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