Sep '18, the Fashion Memo 5 ways to wear: The checked blazer 03 Sep '18. Since the independence of Ukraine (formerly sometimes called the Ukraine most style guides have advised dropping the article 9 (in some other languages there is a similar issue involving prepositions ). American English, however, there is an increasing tendency to limit the usage of the latter pronunciation to emphatic purposes and use the former even before a vowel. Paying attention to your phone instead of your surroundings is dangerous, especially while driving. The word the as in phrases like "the more the better has a distinct origin and etymology and by chance has evolved to be identical to the definite article. Etymology edit The and that are common developments from the same Old English system. This is known as definite article reduction. Art of Style, how to wear white 12 Jul '18.
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