When should I use “a” vs “an”?
Sorry I couldn't think of a better title, but I don't know how to explain my problem using terminology.
I have this sentence:
"Aside from that I'm an Irish Setter loving, Frank Turner junkie."
I understand you should use the word "an" over "a" when the following word begins with a vowel. In this case, it does. However, the sentence is meant to flow through to the word "junkie" – if that makes sense. And if you read it like this, it doesn't make sense to use "an":
"I'm an … Frank Turner junkie."
Should I be using "a" or "an" in this sentence?