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- When should I use “a” vs “an”? 16 answers
Today I read a tweet from a respected British journalist which stated:
"an flawed institution".
To my ear this is wrong and should be "a flawed institution"
Albeit, I appreciate you can say "an institution". So why (if I am correct and they are wrong) does this change an > a occur.
Could somebody clear this up and give a reason as to why each is right/wrong.
Thanks in advance.