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Definite and Indefinite Article Quiz

Use a, an, the or Ø (nothing).

Example: My friend is ____ fireman. Let's ask him for ____ help.

Answer: My friend is a fireman. Let's ask him for help.

Each question has only one correct answer. When you are finished click on the "Next Question" button. There are 30 questions to this quiz. Try to use only 1 minute per question. At the end of the quiz, you will receive quiz feedback.

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How to Use Articles - Overview

Articles are used depending on whether you are speaking in general (nothing), mentioning something for the first time (a / an), or speaking about something that both the speaker and the listener knows (the). The definite and indefinite article review page can help you better understand the rules for the questions in this quiz.

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