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1. She is arriving on March the 25th.
2. Very few people can speak the English well in Japan.
3. I have just seen a new magazine about the computers.
4. Some people have more contact with the violence and it becomes a part of their lives.
5. Our plane arrived at the Gatwick Airport .
6. The language school is situated in a big building in the Malibu Street.
7. Climbing the Mount Fuji in winter can be very dangerous.
8. Yellow R iver has caused many terrible floods .
9. 1t is more than ten years since I visited West Indies .
10. This is my second visit to UK.
11. Only very wealthy tourists can afford to stay at Imperial Hotel.
1. She is arriving on March 25th.
2. Very few people can speak English well In Japan.
3. I have just seen a new magazine about computers.
4. Some people have more contact with violence and lt becomes a part of their lives.
5. Our plane arrived at Gatwick Airport.
6. The language school Is situated In a big building In Malibu Street.
7. Climbing Mount Fuji In winter can be very dangerous.
8. The Yellow River has caused many terrible floods.
9. 1t Is more than ten years since I visited the West Indies.
10. This Is my second visit to the UK.
11. Only very wealthy tourists can afford to stay at the Imperial Hotel
1. When speaking, use ' March the twenty-fifth' OR 'the
twenty-fifth of March'.
When writing, use ' March 25th' OR '25th March'
(WITHOUT the and of).
2. Do not use the with the names of languages: 'speak English', 'learn French', 'understand Chinese', etc. Use the when talking about the people who live in a particular country: 'the English', 'the French', 'the Chinese'.
3. Do not use the with the plural form of a countable noun when used in a general sense. Compare: 'She likes cats.' (= cats in general) 'The cats we saw in Venice looked very hungry.' (= a particular group of cats)
4. Do not use the with an uncountable noun when talking in a general sense: "He hates dishonesty.' 'Power doesn't interest him.' The Is used when the sense is restricted: 'She hates the dishonesty of the man.' 'The power enjoyed by politicians doesn't interest him.'
5. Do not use the before the names of airports and railway stations: 'Charles de Gaulle (Airport)", 'Narita (Airport)', 'Charing Cross (Station)".
6. Do not use the with the names of streets and roads: 'Oxford Street', 'Fifth Avenue', 'Fir Tree Avenue', 'Blue Pool Road'.
7. Do not use the with the name of a mountain: 'Mount Everest', ' Mount Fuji', 'Mount Olympus'. Note, however, that the is used with the names of groups of mountains: 'the Alps', 'the Andes', 'the Himalayas'.
8. Always use the with the names of canals, rivers, and seas: 'the Suez Canal ', 'the Ganges', 'the Thames', 'the Atlantic', 'the Mediterranean'.
9. Most plural proper nouns begin with the: 'the Bahamas', 'the Himalayas', 'the United States'
10. Use the with any country whose name includes 'state', 'union', 'republic', etc.: 'the UK', 'the United Kingdom', 'the USA', 'the United States', 'the USSR', 'the Union of Soviet Social ist Republics'.
11. The is usually used with the names of hotels and restaurants unless the name is a possessive form. Compare: 'the Hilton', 'the Mandarin', 'the Sheraton' BUT 'Ciaridge's' , 'Salvo's', 'Tiffany's'