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HOME > ENGLISH GRAMMAR EXERCISES > Mixed articles 1

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ONLINE ENGLISH GRAMMAR QUIZ
topic: ARTICLES: Mixed Articles Exercise #1 (A, An, The, No article) | level: Beginner/Intermediate



Choose the correct (and most natural-sounding) response to complete each sentence:

1. I love living in this __________ city.
  no article
  a
  the

2. Generally speaking, __________ boys are physically stronger than girls.
  a
  no article
  the

3. Bill enjoys reading __________ mystery novels.
  a
  the
  no article

4. Do you remember __________ girl that we saw last night?
  a
  the
  no article

5. P1: Did you go to the Thai restaurant? P2: No, I went to __________ place where you and I normally go.
  the
  a
  no article

6. He is __________ really good person.
  the
  a
  no article

7. My brother is __________ expert at fixing cars.
  the
  no article
  an

8. __________ Paris is a beautiful city.
  A
  no article
  The

9. My __________ teacher's name is William.
  no article
  a
  the

10. We got our son __________ dog for Christmas.
  the
  a
  no article


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