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I'm not sure when I can omit preposition such as 'a', 'an', 'the', so I just add these preposition whenever I use nouns.
- I didn't add 'the' in front of 'nouns' in the sentence above just because I feel it sounds right to me...
Added, from OP's comment: The reason why I chose to use the zero article before "nouns" in my sentence is because I know I can omit 'the' when I'm not talking about a specific thing. For example, we can say like 'Dogs are cute' when we talk about something in general. So, I didn't use 'the' before nouns in my sentence. But... now I'm not sure. Would it be wrong if I had used 'the' in front of 'nouns' in my sentence? In that sentence in my question, I was talking about the five 'nouns' in my sentence which I didn't add 'the' in front of them. So, I feel like I should've used 'the' in front of them.