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The indefinite article takes two forms. It’s the word a when it precedes a word that begins with a consonant. It’s the word an when it precedes a word that begins with a vowel. The indefinite article indicates that a noun refers to a general idea rather than a particular thing. For example, you might ask your friend, “Should I bring a gift to the party?” Your friend will understand that you are not asking about

  1. a specific type of gift or a specific item.
  2. “I am going to bring an apple pie,” your
  3. friend The indefinite article takes two
  4. forms. It’s the word a when it precedes a
  5. word that begins with a consonant.

It’s the word an when it precedes a word that begins with a vowel. The indefinite article indicates that a noun refers to a general idea rather than a particular thing. For example, you might ask your friend, “Should I bring a gift to the party?” Your friend will understand that you are not asking about a specific type of gift or a specific item. “I am going to bring an apple pie,”

  • your friendThe indefinite article takes two forms. It’s the word a when it precedes a
  • word that begins with a consonant. It’s the word an when it precedes a word that begins
  • with a vowel. The indefinite article indicates that a noun refers to a general idea rather than
  • a particular thing. For example, you might ask your friend, “Should I bring a gift to the party?” Y
  • our friend will understand that you are not asking about a specific type of gift or a specific item.
  • “I am going to bring an apple pie,” your friend