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  1. The king said that the/a person who shows kindness to people whenever they can will wear a crown of gold.

  2. Our sergeant said that the/a student who works hard to improve will rise through the ranks.

  3. The poor boy asked the king on behalf of the/a person who was devoted to the king …

  4. At the award ceremony, it will be said to the/a person who received an award, “Stand up and sing.”

Questions

  • Which article is correct to use in these sentences?
  • Does the meaning change if I use either?
  • What’s the difference?
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