What’s Up With “A” and “An”?

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    Morphophonological rule: [e] -> [æn] / #_[VOWEL] [e] -> [e] / #_[CONSONANT] Linguistics comes in handy...
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    my shortened version of the rule: if the noun starts with a vowel-sound, you use “an”. if it starts with a...
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