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definite article the article "the" in English grammar. The definite article is used with a noun when one is referring to something that is already known or has already been talked about.
grammar the rules for forming the words and sentences of a language. Some of these rules have to be learned. Other rules are already in the head of a native speaker. For example, a native English speaker would not say, "I a cat bitten by was," because the grammar does not make sense. When one learns a new language, most of the rules of its grammar have to be learned. [1/2 definitions]
grammatical of or having to do with grammar. [2 definitions]
indefinite article either of the articles "a" or "an" in English grammar. These articles do not restrict the noun to a particular person, place or thing. In the sentence, "A dog ran into my yard," the indefinite article "a" is used to show that it could have been any dog, and that a particular dog is not being named.
irregular being an exception to the general rules of grammar or spelling. [1/4 definitions]
possessive showing ownership through grammar. [1/3 definitions]
regular having or following the most common rule in grammar. [1/6 definitions]