Originally Posted by RICHARDIIII
What about a grammar class? It is you who requires a grammar lesson. The usage of "a" or "an" before a word in not down to the spelling of the following word but the pronunciation. We were not invited to "an Alfred Sargent trunk show" but to " a AS trunk show". Note the pronunciation of "a" and Alfred is the same as in apple, whereas in AS it is "A" as in May.
It is the same between "a h
istory of car making" and "I'll be with you in an h
our" or "a wedding is a u
nion between two people" and "it is raining so take an u
mbrella with you"
When trying to be a smart arse, it helps if you are smart, otherwise you only succeed in bringing disparage upon yourself.
You need both grammar lessons and spelling lessons methinks...from viewing all of the above.
That is a mirror shine unlike any I have ever seen around here.
Ron brought a complete set of fit models that he's leaving with On the Fly for their regular use, since they and Leffot are the exclusive US carriers of AS handgrades:
Here he is at the end of a busy day explaining some of the finer points of the AS lines to one of OTF's already knowledgeable SA's, who is also a long-time member of the forum himself:
Love the green machine!