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This pure __ environment makes an effect on __ walker's health and mind, when __ man enjoys __ beauties and solemnity of __ nature in __ morning.

What would be the articles in the gaps?

My assumption: × , a , the , the , × , the.

Therefore:

This pure environment makes an effect on the walker's health and mind, when a man enjoys the beauties and solemnity of nature in the morning.

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Here's what I think is right as for articles in this sentence:

This pure (-) environment makes an effect on the walker's health and mind, when (-) man (I would say one in this case) enjoys the beauties and solemnity of (-) nature in the morning.

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    The lack of an article for "man" is tricky. Man used without an article refers to mankind in general. Without any further context, it's assumed that the intended meaning is this, but it could just as easily be "the" or "a". – Neil Mar 2 '18 at 13:49

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