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1. A

1.1. In general, the indefinite article "a" is used in front of a noun (name) that starts with a consonant.

1.1.1. Example A lagoon I am good student

1.2. The article "a", when we use the letter "H", we apply it when aspirating and we require an expulsion of air to pronounce it. It's like the letter J in Spanish (jalapeño, Jalisco). When a letter H has a pronunciation, use the indefinite article "a".

1.2.1. Example A house A hat

1.3. Also the names that begin with uni, eu- and ur- require the indefinite article a.

1.3.1. Example Uni– A university Eu– A eucalyptus tree Ur– A uranium mine

2. Importance

2.1. It is important to make clear that the indefinite articles "a" and "an" mean the same, they are only used for different nouns. Article "an" is used for names or nouns that start with consonants. The article "a" used for names or nouns that begin with "a,e,i,o and u".

2.1.1. For your greater understanding, I leave tutorials. A/AN

3. An

3.1. The indefinite article "an" is used before the nouns that start with a vowel.

3.2. Example

3.2.1. A egg

3.2.2. It is a ugly hotel

3.2.3. Is it a orange?