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  1. hector51's Avatar

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    #1

    adjectives

    hello teachers!

    I want to write a sentence like "She is a nice,intelligent and helpful co-worker"

    is there anything wrong with the adjectives "intelligent" since I think it must be preceded by the article "an" (but "nice" and "helpful" are preceded by "a")

    thanks in advance!

  2. Fazzu's Avatar
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    #2

    Re: adjectives

    I don't see any wrong in that sentence.And also add this will make the sentence more alive I hope:"....and a helpful co-worker."

  3. #3

    Re: adjectives

    It's correct. Whether to use "a" or "an" depends on the following word and nothing else.

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