Originally posted by dtg_9er:Originally posted by VPofCarnage:Originally posted by buck:If we want to split hairs, Landry is not yet a NFL rookie.
an NFL rookie.
1 up. Hair split on molecular level.
It's actually A NFL rookie...split hairs or not. An precedes a vowel and N is not a vowel...last time I checked! I realize that saying the letter N sounds like it begins with an E but it doesn't...it starts and ends with a N.
Wrong. The letter "N" is spelled "en". The letter "H" is spelled "aitch". Regardless, the rule is for phonetic pronunciations. A wonder, a one-timer.
[ Edited by AmpLee on Mar 2, 2014 at 7:08 PM ]