I'm entirely sure that we say an honest + noun. I'm sorry to have given any other impression.Thank you Thomas for your quick reply
So, if i'm not mistaken, you are not sure about that (an+ honest+ noun).
I'm accostumed to using the indefinite article "a" before hotel, so even
an awful hotel (because there's an adjective beginning with a vowel).
Yes. Read this thread: A/an: historic, historian, historical, hotel, humanitarian, Hawaiian, honour, herb, hypothesis ...Hello to all.
Could anyone help me to remove a doubt,
Thanks in advance.
Yes. That is the rule in English.ok so only because "h" is silent here....if I use another word where the first letter is a consonant and it is not silent, it'd need "a" instead of "an". am I correct?