The applications and rules for indefinite articles.

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1. Ejemplos: I am a good student. (Yo soy un buen estudiante) It is an old university . (Es una universidad antigua) He is a student. (Él es un estudiante) She is a young woman. (Ella es una mujer joven) He is an unusual man. (Él es un hombre inusual) He is a businessman. (Él es un hombre de negocios) He is a lawyer. (Él es un abogado) It is an ugly hotel. (Es un hotel desagradable) He is a clever boy. (Él es un chico muy listo) She is a good football player. (Ella es una buena jugadora de futbol) It is an empty bottle. (Es una botella vacía) He is a pilot. (Él es un piloto) It is an easy question. (Es una pregunta fácil) It is a sunny day. (Es un día soleado) It is an apple. (Es una manzana) It is an exception to the rule. (Es una excepción a la regla) She is an honest woman. (Es una mujer honrada) It is a good movie. (Es una buena película) He is a happy child. (Él es una niño feliz) She is a smart girl. (Ella es una chica lista) It is an egg. (Es un huevo) It is a lovely day. (Es un día adorable) The gift is a new book. (El regalo es un libro nuevo)

2. When the word begins with a vowel (a, e, i, o, u), then you should use 'an', it sounds better and it sounds more appropriate to say it.

3. The words "a" and "an" are items to indicate a thing (such as "a" or "an" in Spanish). a book a man a game "An" is used when the word starts with a vowel sound. an apple an orange an eraser Exceptions There are words that start with a consonant but the first SOUND of the word is a vocal sound. an hour (The "h" in this word is not pronounced.) There are also words that start with a vowel but the first SOUND of the word is a consonant sound. a university (We pronounce this word as if it started with the letter "y" which is a consonant sound.) The words "a" and "an" are items to indicate a thing (such as "a" or "an" in Spanish). a book a man a game "An" is used when the word starts with a vowel sound. an apple an orange an eraser Exceptions There are words that start with a consonant but the first SOUND of the word is a vocal sound. an hour (The "h" in this word is not pronounced.) There are also words that start with a vowel but the first SOUND of the word is a consonant sound. a university (We pronounce this word as if it started with the letter "y" which is a consonant sound.)

4. In English, we only have two indefinite articles A and AN, both meaning "one", "one", for example, a chair (a chair), an apple (an apple).

4.1. In English, as in Spanish, the indefinite article refers to an unspecified thing. Here are examples of statements that show that

4.1.1. I bought a car I bought a car She saw an elephant. He saw an elephant They have an idea. They have an idea. Do you have a pen? Do you have a pen?