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The Royal Coronation | Gap-Fill Worksheet | EFL Worksheets

The Royal Coronation | Gap-Fill Worksheet | EFL Worksheets

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To mark King Charles III Coronation, we have produced this gap-fill worksheet to revise articles on the theme of The Crown Jewels.

This worksheet accompanies our The Grammar of Articles and The Crown Jewels blog. Articles can be an unexpectedly tricky aspect of English Grammar yet often even quite advanced students of English make basic errors with articles. The blog begins with a definition of what articles are and then explains their use in greater detail along with addressing some of the obstacles that might hinder students’ ability to learn, remember and use them correctly. 

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