Articles - English Grammar - Quiz - Study #1
There are only three articles in English: "a" "an" " the."
"a" and "an" are indefinte articles.
"the" definite article.
They are considered adjectives because they point out or tell how many.

Q1) I ate _?_ orange after my run. (a, an, the)

Q2) I saw _?_ elephant at the zoo, today. (a, an, the)

Q3) I'm _?_ website publisher. (a, an, the)

Q4) _?_ horse just ran across the road. (a, an, the)

Q5) Did you lock _?_ car door? (a, an, the)

Q6) I purchase an apple and a banna. _?_ banna was not ripe enough to eat.

Q7) One day, I plan to travel to _?_ North Pole. (a, an, the)

Q8) We use "an" when the noun your referring to begins with a vowel. True or False?

Q9) When a word begins with a silent "h" we use "an." True or False?

Q10) _?_ tall woman entered first and the short man second. (a, an, the)