Class: Basic 1
Subject English Language ( Grammar)
Topic : Using “A” or “AN” Before Nouns
We know all words are formed from the letters of the alphabets a- z.
We write an before nouns that begin with vowels and “a” before nouns starting with consonants.
Examples “A” or “a” is used before nouns starting with a consonant.
a ball, a church, a house, a dog etc.
Examples ” An” or “an is used before vowels.
an elephant, an aeroplane, an ant, an angel etc.
From the list of words provided identity ten words that start with vowels and write them in the blank spaces.
ant, box, elephant, boy, rat, dog, queen, pin, sun, tap, oak, orange, owl, apostle, ox, arrow, uncle, umbrella, foot, gun, mat, nose, aunt, van.
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