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    Lightbulb Which is correct "a temporary issue" OR "an temporary issue"?

    Hi,

    I would like to know which of the following sentences is true:

    "It seems to be an temporary issue"

    OR

    "It seems to be a temporary issue"

    Thanks,
    Heather

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    Default Re: Which is correct "a temporary issue" OR "an temporary issue"?

    'Temporary' begins with a consonant, so 'an' is incorrect.

    'An issue' is, of course, correct.

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