I can't help but notice so many posters here say "an RN" instead of "a RN."
"When I went to school to become an
RN it was much different than it is now."
I personally would say, "When I went to school to become a
RN it was much different..."
I'm just being a grammar
nazi, but isn't a RN correct vs. an RN?
Jun 23, '12
I say 'an
M & M candy, too.
Go figure. But I do say 'a
Last edit by amoLucia on Jun 23, '12
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