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The and a/an are the two articles in English. A/an is used to modify non-specific or non-particular nouns, while the is used to refer to specific or particular nouns. The definite article is a/an, whereas the indefinite article is a/an. When I say, "Let's read the book," I'm referring to a specific book.

Articles are words that specify whether a noun is singular or plural. Think about the following scenarios: The cup of tea tasted really wonderful after a hard day. We've demonstrated that it was one specific long day and one individual cup of tea that tasted excellent by referencing the article.

There are mainly two types of articles: definitive and indefinite. The definite article refers to a specific person or thing, whereas the indefinite article refers to anybody, anything, or everywhere.

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