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Family

The family next door travels a lot.

Dogs

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

Vacation

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

Orange

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

London

I went to London last week.

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.

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)

Water

I cannot swim. The water's too cold.

Apple

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

Children

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

Dishes

The dishes are dirty. Please wash them!

Pyramids

The Pyramids are in Egypt.

Impossible task

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

Hat

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

Outer space

Some astronauts go to outer space.

Book

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

Louvre

I visit the Louvre every year.

Phone

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

Umbrella

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


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