Presentation on theme: "Articles: a/an/the. A O We use a before words which begin with consonants O We use a before u when it sound like the word “you”, and before eu: a uniform,"— Presentation transcript:
A O We use a before words which begin with consonants O We use a before u when it sound like the word “you”, and before eu: a uniform, a European country O Talking about a person or thing for the first time O Talking about jobs
A/an Singular nouns To describe things or people: She has got a nice car
An O We use an before words which begin with vowels O We use an before words that begin with a silent h: an hour
The O We use the when we talk about the person or thing again O When there is only one of something
The Singular or plural nouns, also uncountables When it is clear which person or thing we are talking about Do not use it before plural nouns when you talk about something in general
Nothing We don’t use a or the before names of meals, cities, most countries, most streets, laguages, names of stations, mountains, lakes, airports.