How to determine whether I need to use an article before a noun? Can I skip using a, an or the altogether?
This doubt has arisen because grammarly points out many a times to me to use determiner article where I have skipped it.
1.Chris came as a saviour and has collected the jacket from the shop and would ship it to Albert in next few days.
here, Grammarly asks to add 'the' before 'next few days'. I want to ask why? As I am writing this text at some point of time then next days of that point of time is clear. What value would adding a 'the' add?
- It is not true that the Bible exhorts one to become obsessed with moral duty to the extent of being a pedant.
Here Grammarly says that I have to add an article before moral duty. I don't understand what value an article might add here!
3.And, it is highly difficult to achieve that stability and harmony which is needed for success in spiritual world without satiating our worldly desires, hunger.
Here, Grammarly asks me to add an article before spiritual world. Why?