How do you pronounce articles in American English?
In American English, the article “a” is always pronounced as vowel schwa, /ə/.
Do you say A or uh?
There are two ways to say ‘a’ when it is used as an indefinite article, these two pronunciations are: “aye” (/eɪ/) or “uh” (/ə/). Both pronunciations are correct and it is really a matter of personal preference which one you use. There are no real rules for deciding which pronunciation to use.
What article means?
noun. a written composition in prose, usually nonfiction, on a specific topic, forming an independent part of a book or other publication, as a newspaper or magazine. an individual object, member, or portion of a class; an item or particular: an article of food;articles of clothing.
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