Nouns and Articles in English Grammar
Nouns are words that describe beings (woman/dog), places (park, restaurant) and things (telephone, book). They can be the subject or object in a sentence and are often used with either the indefinite article (a/an) or the definite article (the). There are different kinds of nouns in English, for example, singular and plural nouns, countable and uncountable nouns, and collective nouns.
Learn the rules for using nouns and articles in the English language online with Lingolia. Simply click on one of the links below for a detailed overview of each topic. There are exercises at the end of each page so you can put your knowledge to the test.