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A or An
Today we shall learn when to use (a) and when to use (an)
Let's start with A:
A is placed in front of almost any singular word starting with a consonant, for example:
A desk - A chair - A carpet - A white table...
It is placed in front of almost everything, but it is not placed in front of verbs, vowels or pronouns.
Now let's go with An:
An is used in front of almost any singular word starting with a vowel.
Here are some examples:
An animal - An elephant - An iguana
Now choose between A and An before the words in the sentences.
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