So I just read "Animal Farm" and there were a lot of words I didnt heard once in my lifetime, as "hitherto" but another word caught my attention.
unanimously beginning with
u instead of typical
u like in "underrated"? I know there are a lot of words like this and they are also pretty important when it comes to "when to use a or an" because even though
an is used for most words with leading vocal, some words, I guess are considered to be different, so we would use a (just like with unanimously, I'd use a instead of an) but does anyone have an explanation for this? Is there a certain rule or just experience and knowledge?