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    When should the word "the" be used in a sentence excluding at the begining at the sentence?


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    Re: The

    Quote Originally Posted by zorro619 View Post
    When should the word "the" be used in a sentence excluding at the begining at the sentence?
    It is a long story, Zorro. Google "the use of the definite article".


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    Re: The

    Quote Originally Posted by zorro619 View Post
    When should the word "the" be used in a sentence excluding at the begining at the sentence?
    Yes, look up "definite article" Note: definite article= "the" indefinite article= "an"

    Also, the can be used in many ways besides the beginning of the sentence. Just look at the previous sentence and this sentence.

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