Daisy really liked ………. dress that her boyfriend gave her last week.
Correct Answer: EASY
The definite article “the” is placed before the definite noun, that is, the noun has been mentioned in the sentence or is implicitly understood by two people in the communication context. Use “the” before a noun that is defined by a phrase, a clause or a relative clause
* The indefinite article is placed before the indefinite noun, i.e. the noun is mentioned for the first time in the context.
* In English, the indefinite article consists of two words, a and an. ‘An’ is used before words that start with the vowel “u, a, b, c, o”
* After the noun “book” as a modifying relative clause Use “the”
June really liked the book her boyfriend gave her yesterday.