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    tiling

    In each of the preceding paragraphs showing uses of 'the' and a noun, it is possible to understand who or what is being referred to because the noon group is commonly accepted as referring to one particular person, tiling, or group.
    (from a book about articles)

    How do I understand the "tiling"?
    Thank you.

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    Re: tiling

    Quote Originally Posted by Vik-Nik-Sor View Post
    In each of the preceding paragraphs showing uses of 'the' and a noun, it is possible to understand who or what is being referred to because the noon group is commonly accepted as referring to one particular person, tiling, or group.
    (from a book about articles)

    How do I understand the "tiling"?
    Thank you.
    It appears to be a misspelling of "thing". "Noon" should be "noun".

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