It's ____ ubiquitous issue.
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- Added: September 2007
It's unbelievable to see that most people have got the wrong answer.
Most of the people have answered "an"...which is correct. I do not understand what you are trying to say udaraa.
You won't say 'an unit', will you?
I can't believe this either. The correct answer is "a". "a" is always used in front of words that sound like "u". The rule of using "an" before a consonant doesn't apply. Where did you all go to school?
The same way as you wouldn't say "an useful".
Being or seeming to be everywhere at the same time; omnipresent: "plodded through the shadows fruitlessly like an ubiquitous spook" (Joseph Heller).
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I think it's a because every time there's a vowel in the word after a it is an but this one is a wierd one or wierd word
The important thing is whether it's a vowel sound or not. This word begins with a vowel, but not with a vowel sound, so we use 'a'.
I always pronounce the word as "oo-biquitous" not "you-biquitous." Since a couple online dictionaries did not list the vowel sound as an acceptable pronunciation, I agree that "an" is wrong and "a" is correct.