IELTS Skills: Avoiding Mistakes With Articles
One of the most common grammar mistakes that students make is with articles. Knowing when to use a, an, the or no article can be challenging and this lesson will show you how to avoid making mistakes with articles.
Mistakes with articles can occur in the listening, writing or speaking exam so it is important that you learn to reduce these types of mistakes. This mini-course includes explanations of the different articles, examples of how to use the articles correctly and practice activities with answer keys so you can practice writing articles correctly.
The course not only includes grammar explanations, real world examples and practice activities but it also has downloadable worksheets and links to other useful resources. Improve your grammar score in IELTS without worrying that you will make silly mistakes with articles.
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StartThe importance of using articles correctly
StartWhen to use each of the articles ( a - an - the - no article)
StartUsing the definite article "the"
StartUsing the indefinite articles "a" and "an"
StartWhen not to use articles
StartArticles Practice - Easy (4 Worksheets)
StartArticles Practice - Challenging (2 Worksheets)
StartMore practice with articles