I've gone through Cambridge Dictionary grammar tutorial on "A/an and the" and tutorials about Determiners. I guess I understand the rules in them.
here's some advice for IELTS speaking part two
According to "preparing for IELTS" vs. "preparing for the IELTS", there should be an article when saying something like "for the IELTS". How about "part two"?
I guess I shouldn't use "the" there. According to the rule "No article before determiners"
We don’t use an article with other words that specify a noun (determiner), e.g. any, some, my, her, this, that ...
I love my job. Does she want this book?
The phrase "part two" itself has a similar feature to "my job", "this book". Is my understanding correct?