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here are some examples of articles: my father built a home for us. INDEFINITE im not sure, ok the children gave their full support. DEFINITE im not sure, o…k articles: definite, indefinite, limiting article adjectives
The parts of speech known as "articles" are the, a, and an. For some grammarians, these three words are also adjectives.
An article is a word that is used with a noun to indicate the reference being made by the noun. In English the articles are the, a and an.
There are two types of articles: definite and indefinite Definite article is the Indefinite article are a and an
Articles can go on for a long period of time.
find on by your slef
Here are three sentences including the word 'article': "Nina wrote an article for the newspaper about growing flowers." "I read your article in the magazine about trees." "No…t many people read Jenny's article in the school newspaper, because they found it boring."
The first sentence in a news article is the summary sentence, sometimes called the "lead," which is comparable to a topic sentence. It tells what the article will be about in …the most concise terms. Everything else in the article adds details to the story as expressed in that sentence. It should include the answers to most of the questions who, what, where, why, and when. Examples: A story about a volcano could have the headline - "Thousands flee city as volcano erupts" and the lead sentence - Residents of (the city) are evacuating as lava and ash continue to pour from (the named volcano).
I have an article to work on
I just read an "Article". (that is the sentence)^^^
Your question is a sentence and contains the phrase "feature article." (The above is another example of using the phrase in a sentence.)
The first part of an article is the abstract which usually summarises the main idea of the article or drafts up the debated issue.
A peach is round and fuzzy. She rented a unit in the new housing development. The article "a" comes before singular words that begin with a consonant sound. Notice that unit b…egins with a vowel; however, it is pronounced yoonit (a consonant sound).
"A," "An," and "The" are the three articles that can be used in a sentence. "A" and "An" are indefinite articles, because they aren't describing someone or something specific …( a dog could mean any dog, not a specific dog). "The" is a definite article because it describes something specific ( the dog specifies a particular dog).