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

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In instances where an adjective is used as a noun to refer to a category (usually of people) it is normal to place the definite article in front. Life is easy for 'the rich'. (for rich people) Thi …
answered Jan 16 '14 by WS2
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The words "every" and "each" are replacing the article. Other adjectival pronouns could be used e.g. "that", "my", "his" etc. - all of which would obviate the need for an article.
answered Aug 20 '17 by WS2
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The second example is fine. However in the first one, if you are going to use inverted commas (speech marks) you should not include the word "that". Either of the following is correct. John said "J …
answered Apr 24 '17 by WS2
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Your first version is perfectly correct. The second can be used tersely or humourously if someone gets the name wrong, either by John himself, or by his friend to the third-party who has made the mist …
answered Nov 14 '13 by WS2