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  • It almost tasted like a grass I have randomly picked out from a roadside. >> It almost tasted like grass I had randomly plucked from a roadside.


In the above sentence, you could use either 'a roadside' or 'the roadside'.

  1. What's the difference between 'a' and 'the'?
  2. What's the difference between 'plucked from a roadside' and 'plucked from the roadside'?
  3. What are some noun phrases that always use 'the'?
  4. Why did I suggest a change from 'have randomly' to 'had randomly'?


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