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KalebAustin says

I can’t remember the an or a rules, but I’m thinking it should be ‘an H2’, but not completely sure.

I know it doesn’t really matter, but it being correct is important to me for some reason.

So what do you guys think, ‘an H2’ or ‘a H2’?

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VisualSharing says

“An”, because the next word’s pronunciation starts with a vowel. Try to say “A H2”, it doesn’t sound right.

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KalebAustin says

That’s is what I thought, but I see everybody use ‘a H2’ so I just thought maybe I’m f’d up.

Thanks cmt.

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QwibbleDesigns says

H isnt a vowel. I say A H2 heading as in “A header two heading”.

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KalebAustin says
H isnt a vowel. I say A H2 heading as in “A header two heading”.

haha, no H isn’t a vowel is it. We say “an Hour” because the H sounds like a vowel. neither of them sound right, so i don’t know

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VisualSharing says
H isnt a vowel.

Here comes the orly image. :P

I say A H2 heading as in “A header two heading”.

If you read every time “A H2 heading” as “A header two heading” ... well, that looses the whole point of abbreviations. :) Or maybe you read it in latin: A “ha:sh” two heading.

P.S. I can’t believe I’m discussing English grammar with a guy from the US and a guy from the UK. :D

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KalebAustin says
P.S. I can’t believe I’m discussing English grammar with a guy from the US and a guy from the UK. :D

lol ok, didn’t notice your flag until you mentioned it. That is hilarious, we are awesome!

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VisualSharing says
P.S. I can’t believe I’m discussing English grammar with a guy from the US and a guy from the UK. :D
lol ok, didn’t notice your flag until you mentioned it. That is hilarious, we are awesome!

Thanks, that speaks well for my written English, I’ll reference your post next time I apply for a job. lol

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