'evertything' is a pronoun. Can't we use 'the' in front of pronoun? In many sentences of the websites, I saw many 'the everything'."The" is used with nouns. "Everything" is not a noun.
"The" is a definite article, meaning it refers to something specific or mentioned before.
I want to have [STRIKE]the[/STRIKE] everything.
Three cheesecakes. [STRIKE]of the cheese[/STRIKE]
The three cheesecakes. [STRIKE]of cheese.[/STRIKE]
Then, how about these expressions? (1)the three cups of water / (2) three cups of the water. I'm not good at English. Please [STRIKE]understand[/STRIKE] excuse me [STRIKE]that [/STRIKE] if I ask too many questions about the same topic. I am very confused [STRIKE]at[/STRIKE] with the articles.
(1) is possible, e.g. Have you seen the three cups of water I left on the table?
(2) is unlikely. The article is not required unless you are taking about a special/particular kind of water.
If I am talking about a special/ particular kind of water or I mentioned 'water' earlier, can I say "three cups of the water"?