|Steve No, you don't use any articles (a / an or the) in front of a name of a country. Look at these examples:|
Malta is a small island.
The best pizza I've ever tasted was in Italy.
My dream holiday is to go hitchhiking around Australia.
|Steve You're referring to the use of 'that' in relative clauses. |
If it is a defining relative clause - used to give important information about a person, place or thing - then you don't use a comma. Look at these examples:
She's the woman that I met at ...
|Steve Sorry but there are some mistakes the first sentence of the second paragraph. It should have read: |
If its is a non-defining relative clause - used to give extra, non-essential information (the sentence makes sense without it) - then you must put ...
|Steve 'Used to' is used when referring to things that were true over a period of time in the past and, usually, not true now - like: habits, routines, states, etc.|
So, it's not just 'used' but 'used to' followed by an 'infinitive verb without to' and NOT ...
Good morning Could you explain me, when I'm talking about an object like a chair for exemple in a plural way should I use it or them ? Exemple : Put them in the kitchen ? Or put it in the kitchen ? Thanks a lot in advance
|Steve You use 'put them' in the plural and 'put it' in the singular. |
Just to help you clear this difficulty, look at the example.
A: I can't find my wallet.
B: I think you've put it in your bag.
A: I can't find my keys.
B: I think you've put them ...