I. In the following sentences supply the articles (a, an or the) if they are necessary. If no article is necessary, write Ø.
1. Jason’s father bought him a bicycle that he had wanted for his birthday.
2. The Statue of Liberty was a gift of friendship from Ø France to The United States.
3. Rita is studying an English and Ø math this semester.
4. The judged asked a witness to tell the truth.
5. A big books on the table are for my history class.
6. When you go to the store, please buy a bottle of Ø chocolate milk and Ø dozen oranges.
7. There are only a seats left for Ø tonight’s musical at Ø University.
8. What did you eat for Ø breakfast this morning ?.
9. Rita plays Ø violin and her sister plays a guitar.
10. The chair that you are sitting is broken.
II. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate form of other.
1. This pen isn’t working. Please give me another
2. If you’re still thirsty, I’ll make another pot of coffee.
3. This dictionary has a page missing. Please give me another
4. He doesn’t need those books. He needs the others
5. There are thirty people in the room. Twenty are from Latin America and the others are from others countries.
6. Six people are in the store. Two were buying meat. Others was looking at magazines. Others was eating a candy bar. The others were walking around looking for more food.
7. This glass of milk is sour. Another glass of milk is sour too.
8. The army was practicing its drills. One group was doing artillery practice. Another was marching; another was at attention; and the other was practicing combat tactics.
9. There are seven students from Japan. Others are from Iran, and the others are from others places.
10. We looked at cars today. The first two we far too expensive, but the other ones were reasonably priced.