a/ an a

  • Englishmypassion

    Senior Member
    India - Hindi
    No, for me, neither is correct unless you set off the word "apple" with inverted commas, italics, bold type, colour type, etc. Setting off "A" is optional if it is a capital letter, I believe.

    It should be like this:
    "Apple"/'Apple'/Apple begins with an A/'A'/" A"/A.

    Yes, you can omit the "an" in the sentence.

    (An) Apple begins in a bud.:)
    < Previous | Next >