Fill in the blanks with 'a' or 'an'
1.You use 'a' or 'an' when you don't
specifically know something or
something is not mentioned before.
Example: A man crashed into a tree.
An elephant can make a loud noise.
2.You use 'a' before a noun that
starts with a consonant. (b, c, d, f, g,
h, j, k, l, m, n, p, q, r, s, t, v, w, x,
y or z)
Example: a dog,a friend,a student
3.You use 'an' before a noun that
starts with a vowel (a, e, i, o, u)
Example: an umbrella,an idea,an apple
*NOTE: While choosing 'a' or 'an' ,
you should pay attention to how you
pronounce the word.
Example: (hour=/aʊər/) it starts with a
vowel so we say 'an hour'
(university= /ˌjuː.nɪˈvɜː.sɪ.ti/) it starts
with a consonant so we say 'a
1. ______ blue whale can weigh up to 200 tons.
2.I found ______ yellow stone and ______ earring
while I was walking on the beach.
3.Go to the supermarket and buy ______ melon
and ______ newspaper.
4. If you want to get good marks you should be
______ hardworking student.
5.I wish I could see ______ unicorn.
6.Wendy wants to buy ______ fridge, ______
washing machine, ______ oven, ______ electric
knife for her new house.
7.If you eat ______ orange or ______ lemon a
day,you can protect yourself from flu.
8.My mother is ______ angel.She treats me well
even if I get bad marks.
9.It's too hot.I want to have ______ ice-cream.
10.My father has ______ Italian and ______
11.The teacher wanted ______ answer from the
12.Peter is going to give ______ birthday party
Fill in the blanks with 'a' , 'an'
1.You use 'the' when the listener
knows something or someone you are
Example:Give me the red pencil.
The man in the cafe is drinking tea.
2.You use 'the' when you have already
talked about something or someone.
Example:The man came,sir.He brought
the papers that you wanted.
3.You use 'the' when you are talking
about a geographical point on earth....