In the following sentences put in a, an or the, but only where necessary.
- ____ Isle of Wight is ______ island off ______ south coast of ______England.
- Would you like to see ______picture of ______ village I lived in when I was ______child?
- ____ President of ____ United States lives in ____ White House in ____Washington D.C.
- ______Nelson’s Column is in ______ Trafalgar Square, quite near ______ National Gallery.
- Her brother is ______ musician . He plays ______flute in ______ orchestra. He has been doing this since he left ______ school at ______ age of eighteen.
- ______ Doctor Williams works in ______ large hospital in ______ Norht Wales, not far from ______Town Hall
- Shall we go for ______ walk in ______ Hyde Park this afternoon or shall we go and see ________ Van Gogh exhibition at ______Tate Gallery instead?
- ‘Do British people shake ______ hands when they meet?’ ‘Yes, sometimes, but not as often as ______Swedes do’
- What ______ awful weather! I thought you said ______ French Riviera was always hot and sunny . ______rain and storms of ______ past few days are more typical of ______ Britain than ______ Mediterranean
- My sister lives in ______ old house in ______ Gloucester Place. She’s got ______ small flat there on ______ top floor.