{The Grammar Police Part II

According to some website I googled:

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/540/01/

So there you have it. Of course, in 3rd grade, we just stick with the “if it begins with a vowel, use “an” and if it begins with a consonant, use “a”

In the case of “A Easy Product” though, I was right…

Easy makes the long eeeee sound.

Okay, I’ll just shut up now. Maybe I need to go back to school.

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2 Responses to {The Grammar Police Part II

  1. Kwilt says:

    I’m goin-ta stick with the “a” before a constant and “an” before the vowel. Unless it just sounds just plain dumb. Then I’ll just delete the whole sentence. So if you don’t hear from me….it was all dumb! LOL

    *look, I couldn’t get away from the whole dot-dot-dot thing!!! And I guess the exclamation marks too! ugghhh 😉

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