WHETHER TO USE A A OR AN ANNE? RIGINAL.
Professor Blistergot here. Where to use A an or Anne. In my rounds of proper speaking right format properly so people don't think you're Anne imbecilic A...hole one must buy one of my books recently written by me A.
Anne approached me in the faculty one afternoon an said "a prof what when do me use my A." I said "A?" as i'm a bit hard of hearing an that's a fact so Anne repeated her question verbatimistically..."don't bother stupid." said Anne.To which i replied. "Stupid doesn't mind being bothered so fire away Anne an don't be such an smart arse a or i'll kick yours."
Anne hit me with a spare vowel that fell out of her alpha bet hic sandwich. When she finished hicking i explained that in her case transpose the V from vowel,replace it with B and she then could use it with discretion...most of the time. But to go easy on talking through it as- an i warned her a- too much transpositional swap between her mouth and her a could have her ultimately giving it too much responsibility/leeway, whereupon it could take over an Anne could have a constant consonant pain in that region leading to a complete loss of verbal and an ultimate crack up.
And Anne could become multilingual a. I lost track of Anne, she became a train driver, eventually going off the rails each time she pulled into a station. "This is an station named Mills an Boon. Next station is a hottie a, '50 shades of soot.'"
Anne eventually drove most of the commuters round the bend and punch ups over whether an, a, or even Anne, could be used and where, caused such a furore in her vowels she told everyone to get off the train an walk a.
Anne became slightly dyslexic over her G's an C's and put in for a job driving a green cable car. She had a mentor a Lucy Maude Montgomery. She was indeed an inspiration. Anne settled on a G delete C see. She told her only passenger, me, to call her 'Anne of Green Gables.' i didn't get a mention but then again i don't know my a from my an but i felt happy Anne used me to bounce off A.