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Hi,

According to the Grammar Guide, as far as I can remember, you put definite article for things in specific, normally used with adjective or noun modifier (the blue bag/grammar book/denim skirt) and wondering how they can be. Maybe someone can illustrate (literally) what that is saying (literally)?

Can an existance of an adjective make the content specific?

And the sentence below, in your opinion, why one would write without a colored article and without making the two words underlined plural?

You put (the) definite article for things in specific, normally used with adjective(s) and noun modifier(s).
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According to the Grammar Guide, as far as I can remember, you put definite article for things in specific, normally used with adjective or noun modifier (the blue bag/grammar book/denim skirt) and wondering how they can be. Maybe someone can illustrate (literally) what that is saying (literally)?

Can an existance of an adjective make the content specific?
No. You can say like "Kim, do you know our teacher bought an excellent English language grammar book yesterday?"
And the sentence below, in your opinion, why one would write without a colored article and without making the two words underlined plural?

You put (the) definite article for things in specific, normally used with adjective(s) and noun modifier(s).
As to this, I am sorry but I have to say I can't get what you are asking for.

paco
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Thank you. In the second sentence I brought out, which is restated for your convenience below. don't the words underlined require articles in front of them somewhere appropriate?

You put definite article for things in specific, normally used with adjective and noun modifier.
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Thank you. In the second sentence I brought out, which is restated for your convenience below. don't the words underlined require articles in front of them somewhere appropriate?

You put definite article for things in specific, normally used with adjective and noun modifier.

If I were the author, I would write like "You have to put the definite article to/before nouns for specified things, often modified with adjectives or noun modifiers."

paco