POPULAR POST

Ads by Google

Sunday, 20 October 2019

GANIT NA PRASHN SANGARAHO

Before some words beginning with a pronounced (not silent) h in an unstressed first syllable, such as historic(al)hallucinationhilarioushorrendous, and horrific, some (especially older) British writers prefer to use an over a (an historical event, etc.).An is also preferred before hotel by some writers of British English (probably reflecting the relatively recent adoption of the word from French, in which the h is not pronounced).[8] The use of "an" before words beginning with an unstressed "h" is more common generally in British English than in American. American write normally use a in all these cases, although there are occasional uses of an historic in American English. According to the New Oxford Dictionary of English, such use is increasingly rare in British English too Unlike British English, American English typically uses an before herb, since the h in this word is silent for most Americans. The correct usage in respect of the term "hereditary peer" was the subject of an amendment debated in the UK Parliament.

                                                    



The word some can be viewed as functionally a plural of a/an in that, for example, "an apple" never means more than one apple but "give me some apples" indicates more than one is desired but without specifying a quantity. In this view it is functionally homologous to the Spanish plural indefinite a a person, the name, the name of a planet, etc. The Maori language has the proper article a, which is used for personal nouns; so, "a Pita" means "Peter". In Maori, when the personal nouns have the definite or indefinite article as an important part of it, both articles are present; for example, with proper names, which are. For example: the Amazon, the Hebrides. In these cases, the definite article may be considered superfluous. Its presence can be accounted for by the assumption that they are shorthand for a longer phrase in which the name is a specifier, i.e. the Amazon R. Where the nouns in such longer phrases cannot be omitted, the definite article is universally kept: the United Statesthe People's Republic of China. This distinction can sometimes become a political matter: the former usage the Ukraine stressed the word's Russian meaning of "borderlands"; as Ukraine became a fully independent s move in the all languages have both definite and indefinite articles, and some languages have different types of definite and indefinite articles to distinguish finer shades of meaning: for example a have a partitive article used for indefinite has two distinct sets of definite articles indicating focus and uniqueness, and  uses definite articles in a demonstrative sense, with a tripartite distinction (proximal, medial, distal) based on distance from the speaker or interlocutor. 
Share This
Previous Post
Next Post

Pellentesque vitae lectus in mauris sollicitudin ornare sit amet eget ligula. Donec pharetra, arcu eu consectetur semper, est nulla sodales risus, vel efficitur orci justo quis tellus. Phasellus sit amet est pharetra

0 Comments: