differentiating between "the tiger, tigers" or "the kind of tiger or the tiger"
I am a learner of English and at the same time studying English literature in university.
Would anyone possibly show me in which part of the book" Meaning-Based Translation by Mildred L.Larson", I could find some fruitful information- so that I can understand or distinguish between the difference between the sentences in 39 and 40 in the link above?
Or, I mean which of the following could be correct?- I, however, need a more readily way or sourceto understand them.
Please feel free to ask me any question
any comment or feed-back would greatly be appreciated