The word “user” starts with a vowel, so shouldn’t we use “an”? “a” before consonants and “an” before vowels, is it not?
Is It “A User” Or “An User”?
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I see why this could be confusing. To simplify it, the use of “a” or “an” will depend on the pronunciation of the word, not spelling.
Basically, the letter U in the word “user” sounds like a letter Y – like in “you.”
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