Today we’re looking at one of the most difficult areas of English grammar for Polish people: articles. When should you use them, when should you avoid them and most importantly, what’s all the big fuss about anyway?
As promised, here’s a little extra activity for you to do. Look at the sentences below and decide where (if anywhere) you should put the words ‘the’, ‘a’ or ‘an’.
Good luck! Answers will be given in the next podcast.
1. January is busiest time of year at gym.
2. A: Where is nearest petrol station?
B: Go straight down road and take first turning on right.
3. Do you know Sue Lane? I was colleague of hers at university.
4. It is decision of jury that defendant is guilty of murder.
5. I’ve seen two really good programmes on TV this week. First was horror film and second was documentary about…
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