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London

I went to London last week.

Dogs

I like dogs. All dogs, not a specific dog.

Cat

Where is the cat? The cat is sleeping. It is a specific cat that you can identify.

Library

We have to be quiet. This is a library. We use A before a countable noun that starts with a consonant. A Library.

Phone

I need a new smartphone. We use A before an adjective that starts with a consonant. A New smartphone.

Hour

They will be here in an hour. We use AN before a countable noun that starts with H when the H has no sound. An Hour. (OUR sound)

Louvre

I visit the Louvre every year.

Pyramids

The Pyramids are in Egypt.

Dishes

The dishes are dirty. Please wash them!

Hat

The purple hat you are wearing is beautiful. It is a specific hat.

Water

I cannot swim. The water's too cold.

Impossible task

It is an impossible task. We use AN before an adjective that starts with a vowel. AN Impossible task.

Orange

May I please have an orange? We use AN before a countable noun that starts with a vowel. AN Orange.

Family

The family next door travels a lot.

Vacation

We had a wonderful vacation. We use A before an adjective that begins with a consonant sound. (WON sound) A Wonderful vacation.

Book

This is an interesting book. We use AN before an adjective that starts with a vowel. AN Interesting book.

Outer space

Some astronauts go to outer space.

Umbrella

I need an umbrella. We use AN before an adjective that starts with a vowel. AN Umbrella.

Children

Where are the children? The children are sleeping. There is more than one child. ARE is plural.

Apple

I ate an apple. We use AN before a countable noun that starts with a vowel. AN Apple.


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