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I got a question from one of my friends.
which is correct? 'an year' or 'a year'?
When I googled 'an year' and 'a year', it seems people don't really care which one's right.
I would really appreciate if anyone could enlighten me on this one.
Anonymous:"a year" trust me
(Which = 395,000 cases of "fat finger syndrome".)
Most singers, not just Canadian ones, exercise some artistic licence as regards their pronunciation.
Best wishes, Clive
Anonymous:A / AN
Use 'a' with nouns starting with a consonant (letters that are not vowels),
'an' with nouns starting with a vowel (a,e,i,o,u)
An before an h mute - an hour, an honour.
A before u and eu when they sound like 'you': a european, a university, a unit
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