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    using articles

    1) I like a Sony radio that I have in my car.
    2) I like the Sony radio that I have in my car.

    Is there a difference in meaning?

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    Re: using articles

    Quote Originally Posted by kayetan View Post
    1) I like a Sony radio that I have in my car.
    2) I like the Sony radio that I have in my car.

    Is there a difference in meaning?
    You have a particular radio in your car. 'The' is the correct article.

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    Re: using articles

    Quote Originally Posted by kayetan View Post
    Is there a difference in meaning?
    Another useful info for you...
    The Writing Center at Rensselaer

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