There are two types of articles: what linguists call “indefinite articles” (“a”, “an”, “some”, and sometimes “any”) and “definite articles” (only “the” in English).
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Dr David Ingram, (the co-creator of the ISLPR test and the original IELTS testing system) recently hosted an online lecture to help ESL learners improve their reading and writing skills.
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Do you know the difference? The first three words are homophones. These four words confuse many people.