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A vs. An Quiz

1. For the following 1-10, choose the correct sentence.

 A) It would be a honor to sit at your table.
 B) It would be an honor to sit at your table.

2. 

 A) Itís your day off; I donít want you to lift a finger.
 B) Itís your day off; I donít want you to lift an finger.

3. 

 A) A FBI investigation determined that he was laundering money.
 B) An FBI investigation determined that he was laundering money.

4. 

 A) Franz would like to send an HTML newsletter to his clients.
 B) Franz would like to send a HTML newsletter to his clients.

5. 

 A) Itís never too early to start saving money in an IRA.
 B) Itís never too early to start saving money in a IRA.

6. 

 A) I would rather stay in a hotel than in an cabin this year.
 B) I would rather stay in an hotel than in a cabin this year.
 C) I would rather stay in a hotel than in a cabin this year.
 D) I would rather stay in an hotel than in an cabin this year.

7. 

 A) I would really like to watch a NCAA tournament sometime.
 B) I would really like to watch an NCAA tournament sometime.

8. 

 A) Milo is working toward an MBA degree.
 B) Milo is working toward a MBA degree.

9. 

 A) Eventually sheíd like to become an master violinist.
 B) Eventually sheíd like to become a master violinist.

10. 

 A) Davidís company offers a HMO plan to its employees.
 B) Davidís company offers an HMO plan to its employees.


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