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  1. Newbie
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    #1

    articles

    Hi, can you please help me with this sentence?
    I have a sentence:
    For ___ breakfast, I usually have tea and _____ toast.
    a a,a
    b the, the
    c -, -
    d -, a
    I am sure that there is no article with breakfast, but I am not sure about the second one. I would say a toast. But maybe that there is no article needed nowadays.
    Thanx for helping.
    Michaela

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    #2

    Re: articles

    "Toast" is uncountable so no article is necessary.

    I eat toast.
    I eat a slice of toast.
    I eat five slices of toast.

    For breakfast, I usually have tea and toast.

    Note that "Thanx" is not an English word. You need "Thanks".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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