Is It an NSA or a NSA?

It’s an NSA. Because the pronunciation of the letter "N" begins with a vowel sound, we use the article "an" in front of the abbreviation NSA.

It’s an NSA. Because the pronunciation of the letter "N" begins with a vowel sound, we use the article "an" in front of the abbreviation NSA.

Can an SNA agent spy on me?

Can a SNA agent spy on me?

Remember, the rule for choosing between a and an is based on pronunciation, not spelling.

They used an NSA program that collects records of text messages.

How do I become an NSA employee?

And we say an N (not "a N").

Write an N in cursive.

A partial list of abbreviations that also begin with the letter "N" and take the article "an":

  • an NAD (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide)
  • an NBA (National Basketball Association)
  • an NDA (Non-Disclosure Agreement)
  • an NFL (National Football League)
  • an NFT (Non-Fungible Token)
  • an NGO (Non-Governmental Organization)
  • an NLP (Natural Language Processing)
  • an NMN (Nicotinamide Mononucleotide)
  • an NRA (National Rifle Association)
  • an NYSE (New York Stock Exchange)
Share this article: Link copied to clipboard!

You might also like...

'So that' vs. 'So'. What's the Difference?

Is 'In order that' Formal?

Is 'So that' Formal?