279 – A, An, & Nouns – Grammar Lesson

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A and An are very small words in English, but these words tend to give English Learners are really difficult time. For today’s English Lesson, let’s look at the basic idea behind using A and An and how they relate to nouns.

Here are the example sentences. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or the check the transcript for the details:

Nouns in General

  • I like dogs.
  • Bananas are yellow.
  • Fruit is very good for you.

Use “a” with nouns meaning “one of many:”

  • I have a dog now.
  • I ate a banana.
  • I went to a meeting yesterday.
  • I saw a movie.

Singular, countable nouns never travel alone:

  • This is a dog.
  • This is Jack’s dog.
  • This is my dog.
  • This is our dog.
  • This is his dog.

Analysis:

  • I like dogs.
  • I think dogs are great pets.
  • They are loyal to their owners.
  • They always have love to give.
  • I have a dog now.
  • I had a dog when I was a child.
  • Cats are also popular pets.
  • I like cats, but not as much as dogs.

If you know anyone who might be interested in this English language point, why not help them out! Just share this lesson with them. Thanks for studying today!




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