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Never use the definite article before the names of languages.
We can say: He speaks the English language very well.
Don't use any article with material nouns, if used in a general sense.
Material nouns, used in a particular sense, require the definite article: The coal from the Midlands is exported to many countries.
Don't use the definite article before the names of days and months
We say the Sunday before last, the December of 1940, etc
To go to church means to go and pray; while to go to the church means to go and visit the church.
Similarly, distinguish between go to bed and go to the bed, go to prison and go to the prison, go to market and go to the market, go to hospital and go to the hospital, sit at table and sit at the table.