Even though i was taught as a kid to put an infront of words that start with vowels, an ouija sounds ridiculous, just like an unicorn. Is it actually correct to say an unicorn? Or am i just completely illiterate?
@Braumz, that's why the English language is jacked up. There are general rules that apply and every one has lots of exceptions.
@Braumz, It’s based on whether or not it’s a vowel sound rather than if it’s a vowel. ‘U’ for example sounds like ‘Yoo’ in some cases so it would be a unit, a uniform, a unicorn, etc. Ouija sounds like it starts with ‘W’ so ‘a ouija’ is proper.
@Braumz, you were taught wrong. It has to do with the pronunciation, not the spelling. That’s why you don’t say “an United States citizen”.
@Braumz, pupnik is right, more simply put, A vs An is based on phonetics not spelling.
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