An Historic or a Historic


Is it an historic or a historic? I'm told this is a great place to get answers for tricky grammar questions. Someone asked me whether in the case of "I'm proud of you, this is a historic/ an historic day for us all." and I wasn't sure what to say, both sound right.


Does anyone know what the difference between the two is, or if one of them is right and the other is wrong? Even better, if you have an explanation as to WHY this is the case, I could learn from it and pass it along.


Have a good weekend!

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