Read through the article.
Excuse me, let me point out three mistakes in the above article.
I hope that Japan will abide by Article 9 of her Constitution.
In a recent article about activities to keep your brain young, they mention Esperanto along with Sudoku, which shows that Esperanto is becoming part of popular culture.
The news article painted the defendant as a guilty man, even though he had been proven innocent.
I've seen an article on the Tatoeba blog about a new version coming soon. Have you read it?
If a women walks on a public street exposing her lower body, it's public indecency. If she walks while exposing her upper body, then it's a violation of article 20(1) of the minor offenses act.
The government is currently broadening the interpretation of article 9 of the Constitution by wearying it down little by little.
Anyone in need of a good laugh should read the Simple English version of the Wikipedia article on brackets.
An' is the article you need to use before words beginning with a vowel.
I added newspaper article frequency data to the 'Kanji list' function.
When writing for a German newspaper, every few sentences you should replace some grammatical case with a dative, or a noun with its English translation, to make your article linguistically more interesting.
Article 6. The president shall preside at all meetings.
Another spam article hoping for click-throughs?
In Portuguese, the article is used in some cases and omitted in others.