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    #1

    a iambic an iambic

    Hi,

    I know that before a vowel one must use an instead of a; in a book I have found a iambic instead of an iambic. Why?
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    Re: a iambic an iambic

    A typographical or grammatical mistake. 'An iambic', or actually, 'an iamb' is correct.

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