1) This is a cow.

 2) this is an apple.

 3) This is an umbrella.

 4) That is a bird.

 5 (That is a teacher.

 6) Rohan is an engineer.

 7) Viraj is a tailor.

 8) I am a doctor.

 After reading the above sentences you will find that Article A is used in front of some names while Article A is used in front of some names.

 If you see the first letter of the name of the sentence used in the sentences given in the sentences, the first letter of that name is the English alphabet consonant.  Here it is understood that if the first letter of the name is a consonant then Article A is used.

 And in sentences where Article An is used the first letter of the name is a vowel.

 In English, as a general rule, pre-Article A is placed before names that begin with a vowel and with many consonant consonants, and likewise precede the names beginning with vowels.

 Keep the following rules in mind.

 1) No gender reader in English can be written without a Promised Name Article.

 For example

 A dog, a banana, a cow, a teacher, an apple

 2) The species name of any animal or object is called by the reader. When this name can be counted, the article is usually used before a promise of this name.

 3) If there is a proprietary word like your, his before the genitive name, then no article is used with the name.


 This is my pen.

 It is your pencil.

 4) The article is never used before the personal name.

 Kanta Ben, Bhavik bhai

 5) A and An mean the same thing, so the article always comes before a noun name. An article is never used before plural names.

 6) Usually the article comes before the name but if there is an adjective before the name then the article is placed as the first letter of the adjective.  Generally we have learned that an article always comes before a word name and that it starts with a vowel name if Article A starts with a consonant and Article A is placed.  But here it is important to remember that if there is a first adjective in the name, the article is placed according to the first letter of the adjective.


 1) This is a new car.

 2) This is an old car.

 3) It is an orange shirt.

 4) It is a black shirt.

 It is also important to understand that no article is used before the adjective unless there is no name after the adjective.


 This car is new.
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