A/AN/THE/Ø articles test for Level B1. For this exercise, we will practise using articles not only from the 6 rules in Level B1, but we will also review the use of articles that we covered in Level A1 and the Level A2)
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Complete the text below by using a, an, the or Ø (no article).
Select the correct answer from the choices below.
After graduating from high school, students have the option of continuing their education at _____ university.CorrectIncorrect
_____ Atlantic ocean is the world’s second largest ocean.CorrectIncorrect
My classmate told me that _____ computing lecturer is sick today.CorrectIncorrect
The highest mountain in the world is _____ Mount Everest.CorrectIncorrect
At co-educational schools, boys often achieve higher grades in subjects such as _____ science.CorrectIncorrect
Seven political territories constitute _____ United Arab Emirates.CorrectIncorrect
Some people argue that studying arts subjects such as _____ literature is not useful because such courses do not lead to employment.CorrectIncorrect
There has been considerable research into the effects of _____ ozone layer.CorrectIncorrect
There is scientific evidence that the ice caps in _____ Antarctica are melting.CorrectIncorrect