Use of A and AN
English Grammar Index
Use of A and AN :
A and AN should be used to indicate the meaning of the words one, any, every and certain.
He owns a car and two taxies.
A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
The Emden was a German ship.
There was a hunter in the village.
One day an old man came to my village.
Once a hunter was living on the shores of Ganges.
A and AN should be used before the positive and comparative degree.
An Elephant is a strong animal.
Hercules was a brave man.
I am reading an interesting story.
A or AN should be used after the verb TO BE CALLED.
It is called a screw driver.
it is called an Umbrella.
A or AN should be used before the words FEW and LITTLE.
I have a few rupees.
He wants a little sugar for tea.
A few students came to the class.
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