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what  are  the  difference   between   a, an,  the? 

Asked by deepa 2nd August 2016, 10:59 PM
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Answer:
'A' and 'An' are indefinite articles used before singular unspecific nouns. 
 
An apple a day keeps the doctor away. 
In this sentence, we are referring to an apple  and a day in general, as a fruit and a twenty-four hour period. 

'The' is the definite article used before specific nouns.
 
The fruits are in the basket on the table.
In this sentence, we are referring to fruits in a specific basket which is on the table.  
 
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Answered by Expert 3rd August 2016, 9:45 AM
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