I am kind of confused with the article"the."
Please take a look at the following sentences:
The financial aid from the government doesn't help reducing poverty of society.
Financial aid from the government doesn't help reducing the poverty of society.
Which one is correct,or neither?
Thank you in advance.
Either can be correct, but in different circumstances. There is no reason to use the beginning "the" unless that particular type of financial aid had already been mentioned. The use of the article makes the "financial aid" something specific. When the article is omitted, it refers to financial aid in general.