Differences between "A" and "An"?


Sometimes I get confused about when to use indefinite articles.

Please, help me, what is the difference between "A" and "An" in English?


Answers (1)

  • Polina Kovalenko
    "A" and "An" are both indefinite articles, which we put before nouns or noun phrases. But "A" should be put before the nouns that start with a consonant and "an" before the nouns starting with a vowel. For example: "I have got a pen. I have got an umbrella".

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