What is an article in a sentence?

A definite article is the word "the" An indefinite article is the word "a" or "an"
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Where do you find the article?

you can find articles in gulf news it contains all types of news so go to google then type gulf news then press enter and choose the 1 one
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What are Articles of Association?

  Answer   The Articles of Association of a company its the rules and regulations governing the relationships between the shareholders and directors of the company
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