Questions tagged with an

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how to use "a" vs. "an"
Should I write: Join us for an inspirational and interactive evening? or a inspirational and interactive evening.
a an 0 votes, asked Sep 17 by denise
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A or an
my friend has made a poster for her beauty business, it says "book an hydration treatment" but I thought it ...
a or an 0 votes, asked Sep 04 by Josephine
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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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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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........ 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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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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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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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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