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A or an

English grammar exercise for beginners that focuses on the correct usage of the indefinite articles "a" and "an." Through multiple-choice questions, you'll practice identifying the correct article. To determine whether to use "a" or "an," listen for the vowel or consonant sound at the beginning of the noun. If the sound is a vowel, use "an"; if it is a consonant, use "a."

Question 1:
She bought ? new car last week.
1 a
2 an
Question 2:
Would you like ? cup of coffee?
1 a
2 an
Question 3:
She adopted ? puppy from the animal shelter.
1 an
2 a
Question 4:
I found ? old photograph in the attic.
1 an
2 a
Question 5:
She bought ? apple from the grocery store.
1 a
2 an
Question 6:
I saw ? cat in the backyard.
1 a
2 an
Question 7:
I have ? idea for a new project.
1 an
2 a
Question 8:
He is ? excellent musician.
1 an
2 a
Question 9:
She wants to become ? doctor when she grows up.
1 an
2 a
Question 10:
I saw ? airplane flying overhead.
1 a
2 an
Question 11:
There is ? interesting book on the shelf.
1 an
2 a
Question 12:
I need ? umbrella because it's raining outside.
1 an
2 a
Question 13:
She needs ? pencil to write her notes.
1 a
2 an
Question 14:
I saw ? bird flying in the sky.
1 an
2 a
Question 15:
He's looking for ? job in the IT industry.
1 a
2 an
Question 16:
I heard ? strange noise coming from the basement.
1 an
2 a
Question 17:
He ate ? orange for breakfast.
1 an
2 a
Question 18:
Can I have ? piece of cake?
1 an
2 a
Question 19:
He is ? honest and hardworking person.
1 an
2 a
Question 20:
He is wearing ? red shirt today.
1 an
2 a