#1
If I write "R", it sound like "ar". Right?
You would read "RG" like "ar ji".
So I have to write "a R" or "an R"?
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#3
^
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Why? Because when pronocing R, whether it's "or" or "ar", the first letter is a vowel.
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#4
An 'R'. The an/a thing doesn't go with single letters, as single letters themselves can only be used when referring to the single letter which doesn't happen often.

It's best to say 'a letter R'.
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#5
Ok thanks peeps. I always had that question. Used to write "I want a RG2570" for example.
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