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The Most Helpful Article Exercise For English Learners. Learn Article A An The in the most practical way. Part 3

Mastering the intricacies of articles (a, an, the) can feel like a daunting task, but with the right resources, it can be a breeze! To conquer this grammar hurdle, dive into article exercises, brimming with engaging worksheets and examples. These article exercises with answers provide a safe space to practice and clarify your understanding.

For starters, distinguish between a and an. Remember, “a” precedes nouns beginning with a consonant sound, like “a book” or “a cat,” while “an” pairs with vowels, like “an apple” or “an egg.” The definite article, the, comes into play when referring to specific things, like “the house on the hill” or “the answer you’ve been searching for.”

Don’t worry if things get a little tricky! Article grammar exercises are your allies, offering step-by-step guidance and clear explanations. Remember, practice makes perfect, so don’t hesitate to tackle a/an/the exercises as often as needed. Each time you complete an a/an/the example, you solidify your knowledge and build confidence.

So, embrace the challenge! Grab an article exercise worksheet, choose an a/an/the example, and start honing your article skills. You’ll be a master of “a, an, the” in no time! For More such exercises CLICK HERE to download our 100% free app.


101 Proverbs are the cream of______nation’s thought.  A An The
102 _____light-heeled mother makes______heavy-heeled daughter.  A An The
103 A fool’s bolt may sometimes hit______mark.  A An The
104 Between______cup and______lip a morsel may slip.  A An The
105 _____best of us can make mistakes.  A An The
106 ______more women look in their glass,______less they look to their house.  A An The
107 Run (or Hold) with______hare and hunt (or run) with______hounds.  A An The
108 People do not know______blessing of health till they lose it.  A An The
109 A wicked book is______wickeder because it cannot repent.  A An The
110 ______vices of______rich and great are mistaken for error, and those of______poor and lowly, for crimes.  A An The
111 _____man is known by his friends.  A An The
112 An empty hand is no lure for______hawk.  A An The
113 In 1880 Alexander Graham Bell was granted a patent on______apparatus for signalling and communicating called a Photophone. A An The
114 One cannot do______foolish thing once in one’s life, but one must hear of it______hundred times.  A An The
115 Pouring oil on______fire is no way to quench it.  A An The
116 Dress neatly and attractively in______outfit appropriate to the job. A An The
117 ______ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.  A An The
118 It is a sad house where______hen crows louder than______cock.  A An The
119 _____man cannot serve two masters.  A An The
120 _____great ship asks for deep waters.  A An The
121 There is more danger from a pretended friend than from______enemy.  A An The
122 ______best-laid schemes of mice and men gang aft agley.  A An The
123 _____fool may ask more questions in an hour than______wise man can answer in seven years.  A An The
124 One who loves not wine, woman and song, remains______fool his whole life long.  A An The
125 _____good beginning makes______good ending.  A An The
126 _____politician is______man who undertands government, and it takes______poiltician to run______government.______statesman is______politician who’s been dead ten or fifeen years.  A An The
127 Wherever______ass falleth, there will he never fall again.  A An The
128 It is______fairy wood that has never______withered bough in it.  A An The
129 _____thread breaks where it is weakest.  A An The
130 Experience is______father of wisdom and memory______mother.  A An The
131 _____journey of______thousand miles begins with______single step.  A An The
132 Better______glorious death than______shameful life.  A An The
133 Expericence is______hard teacher because she gives the test first, the lesson afterwards.  A An The
134 For want of a nail______shoe was lost; for want of a shoe______horse was lost; and for want of a horse______man was lost.  A An The
135 Life is just______series of trying to make up your mind.  A An The
136 Misfortunes test______sincerity of friends.  A An The
137 A fool attempting to be witty is______object of profoundest pity.  A An The
138 Marriage is______lottery with more blanks than prizes.  A An The
139 Virtue flies from the heart of______mercenary man.  A An The
140 The love of beauty is______essential part of all healthy human nature.  A An The
141 Trust not a new friend nor______old enemy.  A An The
142 Reality is merely______illusion, albeit a very persistent one. Albert Einstein  A An The
143 Don’t nag me like______old woman. A An The
144 Economy is______easy chair of old age.  A An The
145 _____honest God is the noblest work of man.  A An The
146 None but______wearer knows where______shoe pinches.  A An The
147 Joy put heart into______man.  A An The
148 When______end is lawful and obligatory, the indispensable means to is are also lawful and obligatory.  A An The
149 _____empty bad cannot stand upright.  A An The
150 We never know______worth (or value) of water till______well is dry.  A An The


101 A
102 A
103 The
104 The
105 The
106 The
107 The
108 The
109 The
110 The
111 A
112 A
113 An
114 A
115 The
116 An
117 An
118 The
119 A
120 A
121 An
122 The
123 A
124 A
125 A
126 A
127 An
128 A
129 The
130 The
131 A
132 A
133 A
134 The
135 A
136 The
137 An
138 A
139 A
140 An
141 An
142 An
143 An
144 The
145 An
146 The
147 A
148 An
149 An
150 The

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