|I saw the book you lost under the table.||I saw a white unbrella|
|I want to buy the car John just sold.||I want to buy a car.|
|I apply to the school.||I had a dish of spaghetti for lunch|
3. Use "the", when you want to mention about something you already said or mentioned.
-- I told you that the book is on the table.
-- The man I told you yesterday was dead already.
That's it. Quite easy right?
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