Frank E Gibbard Posted July 9, 2011 Share Posted July 9, 2011 (edited) The letter A is the first letter in the Latin alphabet, a vowel. Its name in English is spelled ‹a›; the plural is aes. A, that article of our speech Always handy within reach. I use it often as we all do, Without it oh my what a to-do, If we want to say "a bee" Rather than "bees" specific; In such cases you use a "the" As you have to do grammatically. For one or general though it's just terrific. In all contingencies one needs to be aware, eh? Edited July 9, 2011 by Frank E Gibbard Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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