AN is an indefinite article, I just said it twice, and AR is the letter that starts the word "rice."
Unu is sometimes used when our indefinite article is employed as a numeral.
An apricotHenry, dear, you mis-apply your indefinite article.
There is no indefinite article; there is only a definite article (la), alike for all sexes, cases, and numbers.
The indefinite article is joined to substantives in the singular number only.
The indefinite article a (or an) designates an object as merely one of a general class or kind.
Note the Irish idiom—the definite for the indefinite article.
The misuse of the indefinite article, which is wanting, in the Indian.
Paizhik is one, and is also used as the indefinite article—the only article the language possesses.
Such belongs to this class, when followed by a substantive with an indefinite article, as Such a man.