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    Anonymous Guest

    Default definite article

    what is the different between :
    I go to school
    I go to the shool

  2. #2
    Jesse Huang Guest

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    In my point of view,

    go to school => to study, to learn

    go to the school => to the building. :wink:

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    Re:
    • I go to school.

    Meaning: it is something I do on a regular basis.

    Re:
    • I go to the school.

    The word the changes the meaning of the sentence. The speaker seems to be talking about a specific school, but I need more information to know what meaning he intends to convey.

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