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Lesson 41

Parts of Speech - Adjectives


Use the article an before a word beginning with a vowel (a,e,i,o,u) or a vowel sound (words beginning with a silent h as heir, hour).  Words that start with eu or u that are pronounced with a long u or pronounced like "you" use the article a before them.  Examples:  an egg, an hour, an orange, an idea, a house, a mouse, a river, a boy, a ukulele, a eucalyptus tree.


Instructions: Use the correct article before the following words.


1. girl


2. man


3. horse


4. apple


5. honor


6. restaurant


7. industry


8. eye


9. car


10. flower



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1. a girl


2. a man


3. a horse


4. an apple


5. an honor


6. a restaurant


7. an industry


8. an eye


9. a car


10. a flower




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