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    a European??

    The majority seem to say a European instead of an European, but several of the answers had grammatical errors, so I am not sure about accepting them.

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    Re: a European??

    **Neither a teacher nor a native speaker.**

    "A European" is fully correct.
    It depends on how you pronounce a word.
    If a word begins with a spoken vowel, you'll need to use an.

    This is an emergency.
    My dad drives an extremely fast car.
    An error has occurred.

    It's an honor to help you.
    I bought an MP3 player yesterday.


    Pronounce all that words and pronounce the word European [Youropean ].
    You should understand the difference now

    Cheers!

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