October 17, 2016

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Nós já conversamos sobre ‘A‘ and ‘an‘, os indefinite articles, usados antes de palavras que começam com as letters ‘U’, ‘E’ and ‘H’. Today falaremos sobre seu uso antes de letters.

Letter ‘R’ and letter ‘H’:

Ambas são consonants, but têm sound de vowel.

Example: Teacher, this is not anR’ , it’s anH’.

(Pronunciation: R = Árrrr / H = Êi­dj)

Letter ‘F’ and letter ‘L’:

São consonants com sound de vowel, too.

Example: O Teacher confundiu meu ‘F’ com anL’!

(Pronunciation: F = Éfff / L = ÉLLL)

O mesmo ocorre com as letters M,N,R,S and X. Apesar de serem consonants, estas letters têm sound de vowel – portanto são precedidas por ‘an‘.

Practice online at:  http://www.englishpage.com/articles/a-vs-an.htm. Você também aprenderá mais sobre A and AN at World English Intro Unit 2 Lesson A.



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