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When using the definite article "the" is it used in front of a verbs as well as nouns .
At the beginning of a sentence.
the beginning(correct or incorrect)
Thanks for your reply. I didnt mean that particular sentence, but i think it can be a good example of my mistakes.
1.In the rules of english grammar does the Indefinite article precede a noun?
2.In the rules of english grammar does the Indefinite article precede a verb?
3.In the rules of english grammar does the Indefinite article precede a noun and a verb?
Sorry my mistake. I hope this explains my qeustion better.
Articles, definite or indefinite, precede nouns not verbs. You will see things like 'a must', but must is a noun not a verb in the phrase. Also, there can be words between an article and a noun like adjectives- a cold drink, the old man, etc.
Thanks for the reply.
I should probaly write "thank you for replying.
I realy do appreciate your help.
Indefinite article goes before a noun. Sometimes when a noun and adjective are neighbours.
the black cat
a black cat