emphatic purposes coupon for an out of stock item crossword and use the former even before a vowel. 6 (See the Wiktionary entry the.) Geographical names edit An area in which the use or non-use of the is sometimes problematic is with geographic names. ) and ( with a superscript e or t ) appear in Middle English manuscripts for "e" and "at" respectively.
This reg ula t ion i m ple m e nts Department of Defense and congressionalpolicies. Abbreviations for "the" and "that" edit Since "the" is one of the most frequently used words in English, at various times short abbreviations for it have been found: Barred thorn : the earliest abbreviation, it is used in manuscripts in the Old English language. Old English had a definite article se (in the masculine gender so (feminine and t (neuter). 7 Countries and territories the names of which derive from "island" or "land" however only take the definite article if they represent a plural noun: the Netherlands do, the Falkland Islands, the Faroe Islands and the Cayman Islands do, even the Philippines or the Comoros. For technical reasons, "The #1s" redirects here.