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The Most Helpful Article Exercise For English Learners. Learn Article A An The in the most practical way. Part 4

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.


151 It is not true suffering ennobles______character; happiness does that sometimes, but suffering, for______most part, makes men petty and vindictive.  A An The
152 That’s______integral part of the country. A An The
153 Painting is silent poetry, and poetry is______apeaking picture.  A An The
154 It is______silly goose that comes to the fox’s sermon.  A An The
155 When______oak is before______ash, then you will only get a splash; when______ash is before______oak, then you may expect a soak.  A An The
156 The best mirror is______old friend.  A An The
157 _____old dog barks not in vain.  A An The
158 The measure of______man’s real character is what he would do ifhe knew he would never be found out.  A An The
159 _____wages of sin is death.  A An The
160 Have no doubts because of trouble nor be thou discomtited; for the water of life’s fountain springeth from______gloom bed.  A An The
161 The virtue of______man ought to be measured not by his extraordinary exertions(), but by his everyday conduct.  A An The
162 Don’t cross______bridge till you come to it.  A An The
163 ______lion is not so fierce as he is painted.  A An The
164 The true university of these days is______collection of books.  A An The
165 Patience is______plaster for all sores.  A An The
166 It is no honour for an eagle to vanquish______dove.  A An The
167 Eat______peck of salt with______man before you trust him.  A An The
168 Throw away______apple because of______core.  A An The
169 He who purposes to be______author(), should first be a student.  A An The
170 A good surgeon must have______eagle’s eye, a lion’s heart, and a lady’s hand.  A An The
171 Let______cobbler stick to his last.  A An The
172 _____ounce of luck is better than a pound of wisdom.  A An The
173 ______sooner you treat your son as a man,______sooner he will be one. John Dryden  A An The
174 Don’t want to swim and do not want to carry out______order. A An The
175 When______horse is stolen, (you) lock______stable door.  A An The
176 Mr Byers last night demanded______immediate explanation from the Education Secretary. A An The
177 Life is just______bowl of cherries.  A An The
178 When the oak is before the ash, then you will only get______splash; when the ash is before the oak, then you may expect______soak.  A An The
179 Man is a clever animal who behaves like______imbecile. Albert Schweitzer  A An The
180 ______intellectual is a person who has discovered something more interesting than sex. Aldous Huxley  A An The
181 A friend exaggerates a man’s virtue,______enemy his crimes.  A An The
182 Go to bed with______lamb and rise with______lark.  A An The
183 Whom an adder bites, dreads______lizard.  A An The
184 The mouth of______wise man is in his heart; the heart of______fool is in his mouth.  A An The
185 No man is______hero to his valet.  A An The
186 _____occasion lost cannot be redeemed.  A An The
187 Of soup and love,______first is______best.  A An The
188 find life______exciting business and most exciting when it is lived for others.  A An The
189 Fear not that thy life shall come to an end, but rather fear that it shall never have______beginning.  A An The
190 One should not run with______hare and hunt with______hounds.  A An The
191 One father is more than______hundred schoolmasters. George Herbert  A An The
192 There are only two powers in______world,______sword and______pen; and in______end______former is always conquered by______latter.  A An The
193 There is______skeleton in every house.  A An The
194 The braying of______ass does not reach heaven.  A An The
195 They teach you English in______intensive course lasting just a week; it’s quite______intensive few days! A An The
196 _____lazy youth,______lousy age.  A An The
197 _____thief is______thief, whether he steals______diamond or______cucumber.  A An The
198 No fence against (an) ill fortune.  A An The
199 With time and patience______leaf of______mulberry becomes satin.  A An The
200 _____fool may throw______stone into______well which______hundred wise men cannot pull out.  A An The


151 The
152 An
153 A
154 A
155 The
156 An
157 An
158 A
159 The
160 A
161 A
162 The
163 The
164 A
165 A
166 A
167 A
168 The
169 An
170 An
171 The
172 An
173 The
174 An
175 The
176 An
177 A
178 A
179 An
180 An
181 An
182 The
183 A
184 A
185 A
186 An
187 The
188 An
189 A
190 The
191 A
192 The
193 A
194 An
195 An
196 A
197 A
198 An
199 The
200 A

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