Anonymous said:You've mentioned that you're cool with people correcting your English, so... "An universal" is incorrect, when you mentioned being a universal donor. It's similar to if a person typed "la habitat". "Habitat" starts with a consonant, but because it is said like it starts with a vowel, it's "l'habitat" instead. In English if you have a vowel that sounds like a consonant, you drop the 'n' in "an". :)
oh I didn’t know that. I thought you had to put “an” in front of every vowel. Thanks a lot !