Articles for Children
Articles are a broad category of writing, but they tend to be grouped together under two general headings. An article is any part of a group of articles used with definite nouns to label the definiteness of the subjects of the articles. The category of articles comprises a large part of human literature. A number of important works of literature, including the Bible, classics and other ancient works, are in this category. The articles are divided into two main categories: articles for personal use and articles for publication. Although they are all used for self-expression, the two are quite different.
In an article for personal use, the article expresses the subject of the piece. It may be a description of a personal experience or of something that the writer has observed or something that he or she has heard or seen. It can also be a summary or description of some distinctive quality or feature of a person or thing. The word “person” in this category includes people as well as animals such as snakes and lizards. Animals are written about using definite articles such as human beings, animals and plants, while articles for personal use can be indefinite or indeterminate.
For the second type of article, which is for publication, it is used to identify the author or the publisher of a work. For example, if you were writing an article on the construction of a birdhouse you would use an indefinite article such as “a book on building birdhouses” while your reference page would have a definite article such as “a book on construction”. In this case, please give the correct punctuation marks.
Noncountable nouns do not have a definite article. You will need to indicate the gender and/or number of nouns with the singular and indefinite articles. In most languages, you must also indicate the number of times the word is repeated unless the language has a word that can do so. When repeating a word, however, please give at least one instance so that it is clear to the reader that you are actually describing an object rather than speaking of its countable or indefinite counterpart. An example of a noncountable noun that does not have a definite article would be the word “sun”.
Finally, when describing a uncountable noun, you must describe it’s countable or indefinite counterpart. In English this is usually done by prepending the name of an existing noun to create the new noun. For example, the English language usually refers to human beings as “men”, “people” without giving the rest of the word a prefix. When writing, it is best to keep the other forms of the word to a minimum, and use the singular and indefinite articles for all other types of nouns that are countable or indefinite.
One other thing to keep in mind when writing articles for children is that they should only use the singular noun beginning with a consonant sound. This is because in Spanish the word “en” is derived from the Spanish “ento”, which means “away”. The same is true for “you” as well as “he” and “her”. As a child your best option is to use the singular noun beginning with a consonant sound so that it is clear that what you’re actually saying is “an animal”.