Indefinite Article

  • (noun): A determiner (as 'a' or 'some' in English) that indicates non-specificity of reference.

Some articles on articles, article, indefinite article, indefinite:

Erzgebirgisch - Morphology - Nominal Morphology - Articles
... Erzgebirgisch distinguishes three kinds of articles emphatic definite article, atonal definite article, indefinite article ... The emphatic definite articles are used where Standard German would use deictics like dieser and jener ... All articles agree in gender, number and case with their head noun ...
Differences Between Norwegian Bokmål And Standard Danish - Grammatical Differences - Nominal Morphology - Gender
... Danish has two grammatical genders - common (indefinite article en and definite article -en) and neuter (indefinite article et and definite article -et) ... recognized - masculine (morphologically identical to Danish common, with indefinite article en and definite article -en), feminine (indefinite article ei and definite article -a) and neuter (morphologic ... The Norwegian feminine can also be expressed in the indefinite singular declension of the word liten, which has a special feminine form lita beside the neuter lite ...
German Articles - Declension
... Articles have the same plural forms for all three genders ... Indefinite article endings (mixed) Masculine Neuter Feminine Plural Nominative ein ein eine -eine Accusative einen ein eine -eine Dative einem einem einer -einen Genitive eines eines einer -einer This table ... The indefinite article does not have a specific plural form (like English, but unlike Italian) there are several article words for this need ...
Miskito Grammar - Noun Phrase - Determiners and Quantifiers
... and quantifiers Some determiners Some quantifiers ba definite article na proximal definite article kum indefinite article kumkum plural indefinite article naha 'this' baha 'that ... The proximal article expresses proximity aras ba 'the horse' wâl na 'these two' papiki atkan araska na 'this horse that my father bought' Optionally the article may be combined with other determiners or ...

Famous quotes containing the words article and/or indefinite:

    Books constitute capital. A library book lasts as long as a house, for hundreds of years. It is not, then, an article of mere consumption but fairly of capital, and often in the case of professional men, setting out in life, it is their only capital.
    Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826)

    The ideology of capitalism makes us all into connoisseurs of liberty—of the indefinite expansion of possibility.
    Susan Sontag (b. 1933)