Is an European right? It seems... weird to say.
@SeelenVerKaufer , it's correct, English is just a beautifully ridiculous language
@SeelenVerKaufer , no it's not. They are using "an" incorrectly.
@The Landshark , English isn't ridiculous. You're just stupid. Learn the language you are criticising you dumb fvck.
@Butthurt Commenter, I've been speaking English all my life and it's fockin batshjt.
@Butthurt Commenter, bruh chill English is my first language, I prefer to speak it whenever I can, I'm just stating facts it's a weird language
@SeelenVerKaufer , it is NOT correct. People get the a/an rule wrong by simplifying it to "use an if the next word starts with a vowel." The actual rule is "use an if the next word starts with a vowel sound." European starts with a "Y" sound, not an "E" sound.
@The Landshark , Can't you tell he's butthurt?
@SeelenVerKaufer , only an American uses the phase ‘european’
@TexTom69, no one say European, everyone in Europe has their own culture and hates everyone around them.
@JAMA, Tell that to the remainers
@TexTom69, thank you. I didn't think it was correct.
@JAMA, And Remain voters.
@JAMA, that is irrelevant to the question posed. The question was "should European use the article "a" or "an?" And anyway, the term European is used by Europeans. It all depends on how specific they are trying to be. Similar, but not exactly, like saying you are American or saying you are Californian.
“Freshman” has no relation to age, it’s just your first year of doing something. Freshman in college, freshman in highschool, hell even freshman in professional sports. I could be 97 years old and still be a freshman in college
@Kierkegaard, theres a dude in india whos doing that, but for highschool. cuse he grew up in rural india where there was no value in being educated beyond knowing how to assist and help manage a farm. so now that he’s in his 80’s he’s decided he’s going back to highschool to learn more about the world and stuff. it was somewhere i dont know and i read it for some reason and i typed it out here for another reason that escapes me, and your still reading this for another strange reason. I’m not sure why either you or I are still reading this. The point was finished within the first sentence and now it is being dragged out well passed its due. But I’m not sure how to finish the thought, so I’m going to just end it suddenly without warning. That seems like pretty unreasonable thing to do, though. I’d personally dislike it if someone were to suddenly stop mid-sentence like the final scene in any episode of the sopranos. Not that i’ve seen that show, i’ve just heard all the jokes about how th
@Kierkegaard, you’re right for the 3 sports that was invented Americans, and seeing the nba call them rookies maybe it’s less. the rest of the world doesn’t use that word. Fresh man sounds like the superhero for a tampon advert
@Z0IDBERG, I knew it was coming but I still wanted to see how it en
My younger cousins in India: “I’m in 6th standard!”
Me: maybe you should lower your standards a little
I'm Canadian and I have no idea what either one means!
@koala, nice try Australian!
It should say England not UK as Scotland calls it something different as well
Hahaha lost in translation