Definite and indefinite articles still confuse me.
Native speakers might think that why I ask such a question.
1. He can do it in a method that I did.
2. He can do it in the method that I did.
In my understanding, there is little difference in meaning between the two sentences, but if I say, “in a method that I did,” the listener might think that I might know a number of methods to do it. If I say, “in the method that I did,” the listener will know that there is only one method that I did.
Is my understanding correct?
He did it the way I did..
He did it using the method I did.