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Cholera is a dreadful disease.
The cholera is a dreadful disease

As a rule, don't use the definite article before the names of diseases.

The indefinite article is needed with common names of illnesses: I was suffering from a cold (a fever, a cough, a headache).

The green is a beautiful colour.
Green is a beautiful colour.

Don't use the definite article before the names of colours when used as nouns

The boy whose the father is ill has left.
The boy whose father is ill has left.

Don't use the article after the relative determiner whose, because it takes the place of the article,

Sarah will go to England.
The Sarah will go to the England.

Don't use the definite article with proper nouns.

Generally place the before the names of rivers, seas, oceans, bays, gulfs, mountain ranges, groups of islands, and countries or provinces consisting of an adjective and a noun. We say: the Nile, the Mediterranean, the Atlantic, the Say of Biscay, the Persian Gulf, the Alps, the Dodecanese, the United
States, the Central Provinces of India.

You must be careful in the future.
You must be careful in future.

In the future means in the time to come: Nobody knows what will happen in the future.

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