Not every noun needs ‘a’, ‘an’ or ‘the’.
There are also times when you can drop ‘a’, ‘an’ and ‘the’

Uses of the zero article

1. When talking generally about uncountable nouns
2. Pronouns usually don’t need ‘a’ or ‘the’
3. When talking about some places or transport, we can drop ‘a’ or ‘the’ (usually places or transport that is important in everyday life)
4. When exclaiming “What + uncountable noun!”

Examples of the zero article

1.
I love cheese.
He hates wine, but loves beer.
She likes cinema.

2.
He is travelling in China.
She is wearing Prada.
I’m going to Dave’s.

3.
He’s at school.
I’m going home.
She’s at church.
They are on vacation.
She is going to college.
The people made him leave town.
We’re at work.

4.
What weather!
What beauty!
What stupidity!

Exercises

Make zero article sentences for each of the four groups.