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Please look at the attached picture are these answers to starred articles question correct?

Numbers - 6,11,12,13

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I assume that all sentences are statements about things not mentioned before (otherwise most places where you have an indefinite article it could be definite instead, e.g. "The unhappy man started crying" if we already know about the man).

The sentences are apparently not written by a native speaker, and some of them are slightly odd and/or contain errors unrelated to the exercise.

5. Correct. It should be "at breakfast" not "in breakfast".
6. Correct.
7. Correct.
8. I don't understand whether this sentence is supposed to be talking about two individual birds or the species in general. If the former then the indefinite articles are correct; if the latter then definite articles would be used.
9. Correct, except that it should be "a useless dress" (although written with a vowel at the start, "useless" is pronounced, "yoosless", and it is the pronunciation that matters). Possibly "brought" is a mistake for "bought".
10. Incorrect.
11. Correct.
12. Correct except for capitalisation. "soar" should be "sour".
13. Ambiguous. Either the definite and indefinite article can be used here.
14. Correct except for capitalisation.
15. Correct.

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So you mean anyone of either "An" or "The" would be correct here?
Liton DasSo you mean anyone of either "An" or "The" would be correct here?

Correct where?

In the 13 no question where you stated ambiguous.
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Liton Das In the 13 no question where you stated ambiguous.

Yes, that's correct: it can be "An" or "The". With animals, we can use the definite article to talk about the species in general.