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    definite article (verbs)

    I hope no one is offended on the simplicity of this qeustion, but i have searched google before posting in this forum .




    (definite article)the) (simplicity)verb) = the simpicity

    I somtimes use the definite article before verbs. Should i not use the definite article in this manner?

    Please any help

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    Re: definite article (verbs)

    Hello hansolo

    Could you give us a few of your examples with the before a verb?

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    Re: definite article (verbs)

    Quote Originally Posted by hansolo View Post
    I hope no one is offended on the simplicity of this qeustion, but i have searched google before posting in this forum .




    (definite article)the) (simplicity)verb) = the simpicity

    I somtimes use the definite article before verbs. Should i not use the definite article in this manner?

    Please any help
    "Simplicity" is not a verb, it's a noun.

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    Re: definite article (verbs)

    Quote Originally Posted by hansolo View Post
    I hope no one is offended on the simplicity of this qeustion, but i have searched google before posting in this forum .




    (definite article)the) (simplicity)verb) = the simpicity

    I somtimes use the definite article before verbs. Should i not use the definite article in this manner?

    Please any help
    As far as I know "articles" are categorised as adjectives as they are placed before nouns and modify them. Thus articles are placed before nouns only.

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    Re: definite article (verbs)

    Thank you both for being great help. Thats good news.

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