use of a or an


use of a or an

asked May 31 '13 at 01:12 liz witts New member

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Use 'an'before a vowel SOUND. We say 'AN honest man' because the 'ho' of 'honest' sounds like 'o' as in 'orange'. It all has to do with word that follows. If it sounds like a vowel, use AN; if it sounds like a consonant, use A.

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