(But: we're having lunch withthe Morganstomorrow.)
with titles and names:
Prince Charles is Queen Elizabeth's son.
President Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas.
Dr. Watson was Sherlock Holmes' friend.
(But:the Queen of England, the Pope.)
After the 's possessive case:
His brother's car.
Engineering is a useful career.
He'll probably go into medicine.
with names of shops:
I'll get the card at Smith's.
Can you go to Boots for me?
1948 was a wonderful year.
Do you remember 1995?
With uncountable nouns:
Rice is the main food in Asia.
Milk is often added to tea in England.
War is destructive.
with the names of individual mountains, lakes and islands:
Mount McKinley is the highest mountain in Alaska.
She lives near Lake Windermere.
Have you visited Long Island?
with most names of towns, streets, stations and airports:
Victoria Station is in the centre of London.
Can you direct me to Bond Street?
She lives in Florence.
They're flying from Heathrow.
in some fixed expressions, for example:
on air (in broadcasting)
With names of sports/ games:
He plays soccer every morning.
Lucy like playing cards.
With general areas of subject matter:
examples: mathematics, sociology,...
With name of states:
examples : Oshio, Froria, ...