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    Smile "TO an "TO THE"

    If somebody can help me to
    explain the difference between
    "to" and "to the".I know that TO
    means direction and to the means
    especific places but I'm not sure how to
    to use that.Somebody give me a light:)


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    Re: "TO an "TO THE"

    Welcome to the forums.

    Quote Originally Posted by dunialeah View Post
    If somebody can help me to
    explain the difference between
    "to" and "to the".I know that TO
    means direction and to the means
    especific places but I'm not sure how to
    to use that.Somebody give me a light:)

    Have a look here for the uses of "To": Prepositions of Direction: To, On (to), In (to)

    "the" is the definite article and is related to the following noun, not to the preposition.

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