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9 Nov 2020

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In this sentence: “They did it with a unique coalition of liberal democratic socialists” (from CNN), why did they use “a” before the word “unique”? I think it would be “an”. Am I right?

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In this sentence: “They did it with a unique coalition of liberal democratic socialists” (from CNN), why did they use “a” before the word “unique”? I think it would be “an”. Am I right?
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