well... to talk about articles...
they are quite confusing even for some ppl who are really very good at english...
and... another part of speech difficult to master is "preposition"...
even for the native speskers
the two are the hardest parts of speech in grammar,
the art of putting the right words in the right places...
a, an, the are articles...
a, an, the are adjectives...
a, an are indefinite articles...
the is definite article...
※ 引述《***@bbs.cs.nccu.edu.tw (.)》之銘言：
: thank you
: I remember what the teacher said in class about articles.
: 要看名詞可數 與 不可數... (翻譯過來的)
: ※ 引述《***@spamnot.excite.com (Kasey Chang 小張)》之銘言：
: > On 02 Apr 2006 02:46:04 GMT, . wrote:
: > Exercise is a "countable" noun. It can be counted (it has quantity), and
: > needs an article in front of it. EX: "Swimming is an excercise." (one type
: > of exercise out of many)
: > Information, on the other hand, is an "uncountable" noun. You can't use an
: > indefinite article in front of it. You could, however, use a definite
: > article. For example:
: > BAD: "I am selling an information about the stock."
: > GOOD: "I am selling the information about the stock."
: > Here's another guide on which to use a/an, when to use the, and when to use
: > neither.
: > http://www.learnenglish.de/grammar/articlestext.htm
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