A or AN? When do we use these indefinite articles?
Sometimes we use “a” and sometimes we use “an”.
It is a bird. It is an orange.
Can you discover why?
Here are your clues:
It is A cat, but it is AN orange cat.
It is AN elephant, and it is AN animal.
It is A dog, but it is AN eraser.
It is A fruit, but it is AN apple.
It is A vegetable, but it is AN onion.
It is AN action, AN egg, An idea, AN object, and AN umbrella.
But, it is A U.F.O, and A unicorn.
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