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The Most Helpful Article Exercise For English Learners. Learn Article A An The in the most practical way. Part 1

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.


1 The best way to destroy______enemy is to make him a friend. Abraham Lincoln  A An The
2 _____life without______purpose is______ship without______rudder.  A An The
3 Technological progress is like______axe in the hands of a pathological criminal. Albert Einstein  A An The
4 _____secret of success is constancy of purpose.  A An The
5 _____certain amount of care or pain or trouble is necessary for every man at all times.A ship without______ballast is unstable and will not go straight.  A An The
6 _____danger foreseen is half avoided.  A An The
7 ______religion we call false was once true.  A An The
8 This is______adjunct to the verb. A An The
9 Marriaage is______bloom or blight of all men’s happiness.  A An The
10 My father’s becoming______old man. A An The
11 _____volunteer is worth twenty pressed men.  A An The
12 ______human species, according to______best theory I can form of it, is composed of two distinct races,______man who borrows, and______man who lends.  A An The
13 ______law is not______same at morning and at night.  A An The
14 There is many______fair thing full false.  A An The
15 Mountains look beautiful from______distance.  A An The
16 _____truly elegant taste is generally accompanied with excellence of heart.  A An The
17 The sum ofbehavior is to retain______man’s own dignity, without in -truing upon the liberty ofothers.  A An The
18 Sloping walls on the bulk of the building create______optical illusion. A An The
19 Genius is formed in quiet, character in______strenm of life.  A An The
20 Genius17 without education is like silver in______mine.   A An The
21 Honesty may be dear bought; but can never be______ill pennyworth.  A An The
22 Two sparrows on one ear of corn make______ill agreement.  A An The
23 Knowledge without practice makes but half______artist.  A An The
24 Seize______present day, trusting______morrow as little as may be.  A An The
25 Wealth is the test of______man’s character.  A An The
26 One cannot always be______hero, but one can always be______man.  A An The
27 In every beginning think of______end.  A An The
28 There is______small choice in rotten apples.  A An The
29 ______busiest men find (or have)______most leisure (or time).  A An The
30 If you would make an enemy, lend______man money and ask it of him again.  A An The
31 _____bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.  A An The
32 _____morning sun never lasts a day.  A An The
33 The longest day must have______end.  A An The
34 ______optimist sees______opportunity in every calamity; a pessimist sees a calamity in every opportunity.  A An The
35 Reading is not______end to itself, but a means to______end. Adolf Hitler  A An The
36 Education makes______people easy to lead, but difficult to drive ; easy to govern but imposible to slave.  A An The
37 What do you expect from______pig but______grunt?  A An The
38 After months of negotiations, they have reached______uneasy compromise. A An The
39 True art is characterized by______irresistible urge in the creative artist. Albert Einstein  A An The
40 When______man is wrapped up in himself he makes______pretty little package22.  A An The
41 I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to______death your right to say it.  A An The
42 An eye for an eye,______tooth for______tooth.  A An The
43 It’s all grist to______mill.  A An The
44 ______love of beauty is an essential part of all healthy human nature.  A An The
45 Love is______touchstone of virtue.  A An The
46 I was born anAmerican; I live______American; I shall die______American.  A An The
47 Virtue flies from______heart of a mercenary man.  A An The
48 He felt______aching feeling in his stomach. A An The
49 ______more______well is used,______more water it gives.  A An The
50 We all do fade as______leaf.  A An The


1 An
2 A
3 An
4 The
5 A
6 A
7 The
8 An
9 The
10 An
11 A
12 The
13 The
14 A
15 A
16 A
17 A
18 An
19 The
20 The
21 An
22 An
23 An
24 The
25 A
26 A
27 The
28 A
29 The
30 A
31 A
32 The
33 An
34 An
35 An
36 A
37 A
38 An
39 An
40 A
41 The
42 A
43 The
44 The
45 The
46 An
47 The
48 An
49 The
50 A

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