Student or Learner
"You should not be using f-words in the presence of the ladies."
Is it "in presence of" or "in the presence of"?
Is "in presence of" totally incorrect? I've seen it in use.
It might overlap with what I've already asked you about. Same with ''by end of" and "by the end of", "at end of" and "at the end of"?
By the end of the day...
At the end of the film...
At the end of the day, it's standard usage of the definite article.
Though my flabber will be gasted if you don't come up with a follow-up question about an apparent exception, ostap.