There is a big difference between these two options. Can you explain it? If you are not sure, revise what follows and do the exercises later. The difference will be much clearer, then.
And here's also THE MAN by Ed Sheeran.
Read this incredible story about....
The man who went on a hike – and never stopped walking (Travel, The Guardian)
Your comment can be about an important man or woman who really deserves to be called THE MAN or THE WOMAN. For instance, in the field of tennis and as a supporter of Rafa, I would say: 'He's the man...to win the tournament' or let's suppose someone asks you about English or exams in English, you can advise him/her to speak with Albert saying: 'He's the man ... to talk to'.
DEFINITE or INDEFINITE ARTICLES? or NEITHER OF THEM? You tend to commit too many mistakes concerning the use of the definite and indefinite article, so I advise you to revise the most important grammatical rules about the issue in my site and then do these exercises: 1 , 2 , 3 , 4
Solutions to exercises 79 & 80 in the previous post
Ex 79 >>> 1. The book we read for the second term.... 2. I've just forgotten the name of the film whose main role... 3. I recently went back to the town where I was born. 4. Camacho has called 18 players, only two of whom weren't.....
Ex 80 >>>> 1. Albert asked his students if they had got any problems with that exercise. 2. Albert told his students not to talk during the exam. 3. He told her he couldn't lend her his CD player that day.
81. Write suitable questions for these answers (pay attention to the underlined words).
Solutions in the next post
- Episode 170705 / 05 July 2017 >>> Expressions presented: cap, stood down & remains.