The flaw in my English usage is where I can be better, only if when I know
1. Thanks for your reply again, and your suggestion. I thought I'm trying to follow your instruction to use English correctly, and try to solve the problem I faced (e.g.check the rules ), before raising my question.
2. My original thought in grammar is like what you reply. But the reason I tend to use "the" in this article is by logical thinking, by inference, if there is no other grammar rule here.
(1)According to the context, a person went to a concert at a Park, and saw the crowd all on site.
"Others were watching the performance on large screens." Here "Others" should still mean people who were present at the concert. So It's more reasonable for me to think "the large screens" is meant that had been placed there, or at least it should be limited screens on site.
The point is If I'm the person at the concert, the screen I see must be on site. Otherwise, not in this case, If "others" mean people are not present, "big screen" could mean "TV or youtube screen..."
So the above is the reason I think it should use "the"=> "on the large screens"
If there is anything wrong, please correct me. It will be appreciated.