True/False
Correct the sentence(if needed)
Definite
Indefinite
General

100

True or False: Articles in the English language change depending on the gender and number of the noun they modify.

False

100

Dubai has tallest building in the world.

Dubai has the tallest building in the world.

100

How many definite articles are there in English?

one

100

True or False: Indefinite articles can be used to refer to both singular and plural nouns.

False

100

An article is used to modify a ______.

noun

200

True or False: Articles should not be used when referring to academic subjects.

True

200

I was born on Thursday.

I was born on Thursday.

200

Definite articles are used with ______ or ______ nouns.

specific/particular

200

Indefinite articles are used when referring to _______ or _______ nouns.

non-specific/non-particular

200

An article is a kind of _____.

adjective

300

True or False: Articles must not be used when referring to jobs but should be used when referring to professions.
False. "A/An" can be used when referring to jobs but should not be used when referring to professions.

300

She is currently studying architecture because she hopes to be architect one day.

She is currently studying architecture because she hopes to be an architect one day.

300

True or False: The definite article "the" can be used to refer to any gender but can only be used to refer to singular nouns.

False (The can be used to refer to nouns of any gender and number.)

300

Is "a" used correctly or incorrectly in this sentence: Let me tell you a story about a girl and a boy. If incorrect, provide the correct answer.

It is correct because "a" should be used when referring to nouns that have not been previously mentioned.

300

"There's a cat in the garden!" What rule does one use to explain the article in this sentence?

"A/An" should be used when referring to something for the first time.

400

True or False: It is incorrect to say, "I dropped milk on the table".
False. The use and omission of the article "the" in this statement are both correct.

400

She has both piano and guitar in her room but she can play guitar better than she can play piano.

She has both a piano and a guitar in her room but she can play the guitar better than she can play the piano.

400

'Where's the bathroom? It's on the first floor.' " How many definite article rules can be found in these two statements? State the rules.

We can find two rules in these statements: 

1) "the" must be used to refer to nouns that both the speaker and the listener know about even if it has not been previously mentioned. 

2) "the" must be used before superlatives and ordinals.

400

Is the use of the article in this sentence correct or incorrect: It is such a honour having you in my class. If it's incorrect, state why and provide the correct answer.
It is incorrect because "an" should be used with nouns that begin with a silent "h". Hence, the correct sentence would be: It is such an honour having you in my class.

400

How many articles are there in English?

Two

500

True or False: Use “the” when referring to singular nouns that come after the words “what” and “such”. If false, please correct.
False because we must use “the” when referring to singular nouns that come after the words “what” and “such”.

500

Have you visited Long Island?

Have you visited Long Island?

500

"I have lived in many places: the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, the Netherlands and the Philippines." 

What rule must one use in order to use the correct article in this statement?

The article “the” must be used when referring to countries that begin with a description or end in “s”.

500

"I visited a European university last summer." What rule must one use to make sure that the right article is being used in this sentence?
"A" should be used when referring to nouns that begin with "u" or "eu" that sound like "you".

500

Define "articles".

Articles are like adjectives that modify the nouns that comes after them.