Questions tagged with a

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a vs. an
Im writing a sentence about "L-shaped counters". Should the sentence be "We devised an L-shaped counter..." or "We devised a ...
an a 0 votes, asked Jul 14 by Kindra Slivinski
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A/the. How much certain word should be that we use "the" article ? :(
Hello I've got an issue about when I should put "a" or "the" before an noun. Of course, I know ...
a the article 0 votes, edited Jul 08 by Vadim
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when to use the indefinite article an where the next letter is a H
I understand that if the h in the next word is silent (or soft) then an should be used. For ...
a an +1 vote, asked May 28 by liam O
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Singular or plural
Which of the following answer is correct: I have a pair of shoes. answer one: They look like boats. answer ...
a pair of shoes 0 votes, asked May 07 by yirkyinmok
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article
Which is correct? To ask his brother a help or ask his brother a support
a 0 votes, asked Mar 12 by halayna
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........ man driving the blue car is my uncle.
........ man driving the blue car is my uncle.
article a an the 0 votes, asked Jan 30 by shirsang rai
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a what?
He said: I read a book. I didn't hear what he said exactly, so I asked : You read a ...
a what 0 votes, asked Jan 16 by Nawras
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using (a)
Hello guys, how are you? I'm still learning English, so I need some help with these two sentences. (1) Do ...
a that 0 votes, asked Oct 23 '14 by Emma Taylor
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Usage of definite/indefinite article while describing what smth is
Hello. I am very confused if I understand the differences between these two examples correctly: 1) This is a reason ...
article a the describing is 0 votes, asked Oct 04 '14 by Николай Комолов
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Do we say "an LL.B" or "a LL.B" ?
I noticed that the Scottish and British universities would use "an LLB" but I also know lawyers who would use ...
LLB a an 0 votes, asked Aug 19 '14 by Lionel Liu
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"a" or "an" with abbreviated elements of the periodic table
"The images show that an Au dot...." (which is correct if reading "Au" in one's head as "ay you") or ...
a or an 0 votes, asked Jul 30 '14 by paul warburton
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"An" vs "A" with acronym that can be said with or without vowel pronunciation
I know this is a confusing subject title, but I was wondering if the rule for "using "A" before a ...
an a grammar 0 votes, asked Jul 07 '14 by Scott Boeser
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Please correct.
wonderful effort, Alex, keep up the good work!
when to include a comma 0 votes, asked Jun 14 '14 by Laurel Donaldson
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Website Design Career Path?
I've an aptitiude for style and pcs. I've an AB in Computer Information Systems today but Iam thinking about engaging ...
a abbreviations safewowgold Cambridgesatchel e-mail 0 votes, asked May 01 '14 by Walter Wager
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articale
What is the difference between: " Let me know if you have 'a' question vs. Let me know if you ...
a 0 votes, asked Mar 06 '14 by Fuad Hirad
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How to use articles 'the' and 'a' in a technical writing
The rock is an yeallow clay with quartzous nodules. A cement is sand-based. In the rock roof the interlayers are ...
the Articles a 0 votes, asked Oct 30 '13 by Vlaidmir
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What about a and an?
Hey, I was talking with one of my friends who speaks Spanish and is learning English. She was telling me ...
an a 0 votes, asked Sep 01 '13 by Lina Newbride
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a lot or alot?
Is a lot or alot how you spell? A lot or alot? On my paper have sentence: I have a ...
a lot alot 0 votes, asked Aug 30 '13 by Bonita
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Is it "a lot" or "much"?
I have a friend who says much in places when I would say a lot. She is around sixty years ...
a lot much 0 votes, asked Aug 28 '13 by Chantal
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usage of a and an
"LPVIO: An LPV system box" or "LPVIO: A LPV system box" is correct?
a an -1 votes, asked Jul 29 '13 by Mustafa Abdelrahman
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anyone correct my grammer if there any mistakes...
Can you correct the grammer for this paragraph? (this is not a school work, these are my own words) As ...
take a few minuits -1 votes, asked Feb 16 '13 by maria
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