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For questions about "The", the only definite article used in English.

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Close. Just add an article for "value" and double quotes unless you are already in a quotation. I saw your catalogue of "Canadian Used Car & Truck Values" and I can't find my vehicle. Therefore, …
answered Aug 12 '14 by user3169
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Using the with the second "data regions" really only implies a specific group of data regions, not necessarily the ones you refers to at first. Of course, it could be implied depending on how the e …
answered Sep 3 '15 by user3169
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In the first sentence (it looks to me like a rewrite of the one in the original question), I think it shoud be: Coconuts and some other fruits formed the basis of the sailors' diet while shipwreck …
answered Apr 25 '14 by user3169
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Even though they are not capitalized, you can think of "root S" and "node V" as proper nouns (naming specific things), and as such no article is required. But either option is possible. Figure 4 s …
answered Feb 26 '18 by user3169
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In the first scenario, suppose that the news channel PBC advertises the p. Since "news channel" is not capitalized, I read this as: In the first scenario, suppose that the news channel (that …
answered Apr 4 '18 by user3169
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In the case of: 1) I like the cars he has. The cars he has are nice." this is spoken from your (I) reference point, so as long as you believe he has cars (whether he actually does or not) it is …
answered Dec 27 '14 by user3169
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Special attention is correct, because attention is an uncountable noun, for which you can't use a definite article. Among different aspects is correct, because among refers to (in the phras …
answered Sep 5 '17 by user3169
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I think it is OK. Basically, you are describing a proper name which otherwise would not need any article. the lead singer for (local soulful, bluesy rock ‘n’ roll band) Drop Dead Red So if you l …
answered Nov 8 '18 by user3169
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It depends on the intent behind choosing the "ideal case". the ideal case is one in which the former approximates to zero indicates the ideal case is one of several possible cases, without any i …
answered Feb 25 '17 by user3169
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Since you are talking about a specific school (xyz) you need to use the for the definite nouns name and school: The name of the school is xyz
answered Apr 9 '16 by user3169
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Caliph is a singular (as I read it) position. If there were more than one caliph, then a (indefinite article) would be OK. As it is, it should be the (definite article) or omitted as on the website. …
answered Jun 30 '14 by user3169
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I don't know about a general rule, but I would not write: The Asian elephant has smaller ears than the African elephant. because you are not referring to a specific elephant, just a kind of elep …
answered Aug 12 '15 by user3169
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Since your example is already giving a definition, there really isn't any difference between "Gon" being a word or a creature. A Gon is an animal which lives under the sea. describes it and defi …
answered Oct 13 '17 by user3169
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I believe they used on the television for emphasis. However, in general it is not so natural to say on television by itself. Better would be on the television (it indirectly refers to the TV set, so …
answered Mar 31 '15 by user3169
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The example itself is not referring to a specific platform or group of platforms, so it would be considered a unspecified mass noun and no article is needed. If we knew we were talking about Windows …
answered Jun 12 '15 by user3169

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