Category Archives: Determiners

Some & Any: Exercise 2

Instruction: Complete the following sentences with some/any. 1. Parto looks happy. It seems that he doesn’t have … problems of life. 2. Mom is going to the local market. She wants to buy … rice and vegetables. 3. I’m sorry we don’t have … coffee left. 4. Did you encounter … snakes in the bush? 5. I don’t… Read More »

Some & Any

You use the words some and any when you don’t need/want to specify a certain number or amount. When you say I saw some people gathering in the city hall, that means definitely you saw more than one person there, but you don’t know exactly how many people were there in the city hall. Or, you might think… Read More »

A/An & The: Exercise 3

Instruction: Add the when necessary. 1. Mr. Black likes … orange juice. 2. Lunch is ready. Shall I serve … wine now? 3. Mary, where is … sugar? Is it on … table next to … fridge? 4. Do you like … weather here? 5. … sun is shining brightly today. 6. … windows are usually made of… Read More »

A/An & The: Exercise 2

Instruction: Read each of the following sentences carefully. Decide if you need to supply the or not for each blank space in each sentence. 1. a. … cats in my house are all black. b. … cats are wild. 2. a. … mountains are generally high. b. … mountains on Java are all high. 3. a. … contains… Read More »

A/An & The: Exercise 1

Instruction: Complete the following dialogues with a/an or the. 1. A: Do you have … dog? B: No. I have … cat. I don’t like dogs. 2. A: Do you have … car? B: No. I have … bicycle. 3. A: Did you have a good time at … party last night? B: Yes. I enjoyed it a… Read More »

Articles: A/An & The

A/An A means seorang, sebuah, or seekor in Bahasa Indonesia. The sentence I have a pet dog at home means saya punya seekor anjing piaraan. A is used in the sentence because  the word is mentioned for the first time. In this case, the  listener is not sure which dog the speaker is talking about. An has the… Read More »