What's it called when a image such as a painting features a image of itself?
- Anonymous1 month agoFavorite Answer
NOW A GRAMMAR LESSON...
It's "an image", not "a image"
Use 'AN' when it precedes a word beginning with a vowel. Examples: an apple, an enemy, an Indian, an orphan,.
Use 'A' when it precedes a word beginning with a consonant: a painting; a lesson; a doctor, a restaurant..
The letter U is a special case. If it is a short 'u' (pronounced uh), use 'an'. Example: an undertaker. If it is a long 'u' (pronounced you), then use 'a' instead. Example:a unicorn.
Got that? Good. It's easy and helps you sound more literate and better educated than the average dumbass.