Vague Language

Vague language is language that is not precise and therefore allows speakers not to commit themselves or not to sound too definite. Vague language is very common in speaking, but it's sometimes used in writing too.

Articles: Basic Rules

An article is a functional word which we use with a noun to show its definiteness or indefiniteness. There are 2 types of articles in English: indefinite (a/an) and definite (the). The term zero article refers to occasions when there is no article preceding a noun (or a noun phrase)...