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Further to that, it depends on - see msg

Posted: Oct 8th, 2019 - 9:41 pm In Reply to: A versus An - Old Anon

whether you say "rhit" as a word = "a rit" or each letter separately = "an R-H-I-T".

This is why we say/write "a university" rather than "an university" because it has a "you" sound.

It also causes confusion when, for example, US pronunciation means you cook with an herb ('erb) but British, Australians, etc, say a herb.

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