Articles are one of the nine parts of speech in the English language.
There are three articles in the English language: a, an, and the.
Articles in English are gender inspecific. Some languages have different articles for different genders.
The definite article is the and is used to indicate a specific noun.
The indefinte articles are a and an and are used to indicate general noun. The indefinite article a is generally used, but the indefinite article an is used for words that begin with a vowel sound. Use the article an for words that start with a silent consonate the first sound is a vowel. Use the article a for words that start with a silent vowel and the first sound is a consonant.
The slut indicates a specific slut, while a slut indicates some slut in general.
Articles are a special kind of adjective.