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  July 2020     3 years ago

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"A" and "AN" - How to use?

Hi friends,The general rule is that, “an” is to be used before a vowel and “a” is to beUsed before a consonant.This rule is applicable in most of the situations.But in some cases the word “an” is used before consonant ...

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Identify the sentence with correct use of the past perfect tense:
A I had saw that movie last night.
B She had already finished her work before he arrived.
C They has left when we arrived.
D We were going to the party after we had eaten.