"The original price for a 2005 motorcycle was set for about 500$, back in 2005." How you understand this sentence? Is it better to write like this? "Back in 2005, the original price for a 2005 motorcycle was set for about 500$" Or maybe i should write that sentence in a different way so that a native speaker can understand it correctly? I know there are a lot of english forums out there, but i need a quick answer and i think i should get it quickly here. My question is only for native English speakers, but anyone who knows English grammar well, can answer it too, just mention in your post if you are a native speaker or not. EDIT: I added another question below. Let's say there is a picture with a house and a man. If we write below that picture similar to this "A big man by the/a beautiful house" I think i understand it right that before the "big" we should use "A" (at least i think so), but how about before the "beautiful" , should we use "the" or "a". I mean readers clearly can see that picture and they should understand about what house i am talking about, so i think in this case "the" should be right. Or i am wrong? Also maybe i should use "The" in steed of "A" before the "big man" too? since readers already can see him in that picture and they should know that i'm talking about him.