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HOME > ENGLISH GRAMMAR EXERCISES > Mixed articles 2

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ONLINE ENGLISH GRAMMAR QUIZ
topic: ARTICLES: Mixed Articles Exercise #2 (A, An, The, No article) | level: Beginner/Intermediate



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

1. He eats a lot of __________ meat.
  no article
  a
  the

2. __________ food that you cooked was very good!
  A
  no article
  The

3. __________ cell phones do not cause cancer.
  no article
  A
  The

4. He has always been __________ very good boy.
  the
  a
  no article

5. Let's go to __________ beach.
  the
  a
  no article

6. Let's play __________ volleyball.
  the
  no article
  a

7. What would you like for __________ breakfast?
  no article
  the
  an

8. He knows how to treat __________ lady.
  no article
  a
  the

9. I've been waiting for __________ long time.
  no article
  the
  a

10. __________ only jazz musician I like is Miles Davis.
  The
  A
  no article


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