Student or Learner
when do you use "i have a habit of ___" as oppose to
"i have the habit of _____" ?
how are they different?
Well, that is precisely the problem I have.
Easier examples such as "I have a cat" and "I have the cat"
are intuitive and cause no concern.
But for "a habit of" and "the habit of", I can't for the life of me
feel how they should differ.
I would appreciate it if you would provide an example that can
clearly show for which instance each phrase is used.