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Judging Usage

For each sentence below, decide whether the highlighted article is the appropriate article to use in that sentence. Recall that Θ refers to the use of no article before a noun. Indicate your choice by clicking APPROPRIATE or INAPPROPRIATE.

1. I bought a new luggage last week. APPROPRIATE  INAPPROPRIATE
INCORRECT. The appropriate article is Θ
CORRECT!

2. The President is worried about Θ unemployment. APPROPRIATE  INAPPROPRIATE
CORRECT!
INCORRECT!

3. The federal government is worried about unemployment. APPROPRIATE  INAPPROPRIATE
CORRECT!
INCORRECT!

4. The equipment that you are looking for has been stolen. APPROPRIATE  INAPPROPRIATE
CORRECT!
INCORRECT!

5. A Physics Department at NTID is developing two new courses. APPROPRIATE  INAPPROPRIATE
INCORRECT. The appropriate article is 'the.'
CORRECT!

6. We're looking for a new professor in English. APPROPRIATE  INAPPROPRIATE
CORRECT
INCORRECT!

7. Θ Equipment that you are looking for has been stolen. APPROPRIATE  INAPPROPRIATE
INCORRECT. The appropriate article is 'the.'
CORRECT!

8. I need to study the grammar this quarter. APPROPRIATE  INAPPROPRIATE
INCORRECT. The appropriate article is Θ
CORRECT!

9. A furniture that you are looking for has been sold. APPROPRIATE  INAPPROPRIATE
INCORRECT. The appropriate article is 'the.'
CORRECT!

10. I need to study Θ math this quarter. APPROPRIATE  INAPPROPRIATE
CORRECT!
INCORRECT!