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an URL because we use an before a word which begins with a wowel sound(a,e,i,ı,etc.)
A URL is more corrent...because the U is pronounced/sounds like a consonant
i will go for the
"a" because it is correct .
A vowel is a sound, not a letter. The word 'URL' begins with the sound 'j', which is a consonant. So 'a URL.'
I think URl is a summary phrase of uniform resource locator. It's a address point to Interner or Intranet site. Back to our topic, uniform has one first vowel, so that, to go before it, should be an. If someone have better idea, please post here for every people. Best reggard
You're absolutely right Tdol
If the first letter of a word is pronounced as a consonant then we must put a before it; otherwise we put an
An NBA ....
though the first word start with a consonant while the second with a vowel
I do hope it's clear now