I know we never use the indefinite article ("a/an") before a non-count noun. But what about before plural nouns?
I don't think a plural count noun can follow an indefinite article ("a/an"). But I'm not sure. Is it possible, and if so, could you provide some examples?
The following examples: "a good three hefty steaks", "a marvelous hundred days", "a hundred charges" -- aren't examples of a plural count noun with an indefinite article "a", or are they? If they aren't, then how should they be parsed?