)(used to refer to a person, thing, mentioned previously)
)(used when what is discussed is obvious)
(used before a unique thing)
(used with super and ordinal word)
)(used with a singular noun to refer to a whole class)
(used before names of rivers, mountains, etc.)
(used before the musical instrument)
(used with the word referring to a unit of quantity, time, etc.)
(used before adjective)
The Queene was..in her..riding habit.
What's the matter now?
出自： W. Congreve
Make the Revolution a parent of settlement, and not a nursery of future revolutions.
As shines the moon in clouded skies.
I will come and wake thee on the morrow.
出自： J. H. Newman
In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit.
The gate squeaked at his entrance.
出自： S. Hood
Gambling debts in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.