What is a lay press article?
This is an article that is published for non-scientists. This helps them to understand certain things without all of the scientific jargon that is confusing.
How do you cite an Associated Press article appearing in a newspaper on the Works Cited page of a research paper?
Detroit free press published an article in 1976 about a shark that had been caught in lake st Clair?
The 'a' versus 'an' rule is based on the sound the word starts with. In this case the correct answer depends entirely on how you pronounce the word. If you use the Hawaiian pronunciation, (most ukulele players seem to use this one) Ooo-koo-lay-lay the correct article would be 'an.' In the Hawai'ian language, the letter U gets the Ooo (rhymes with goo) . Which agrees with the "an". Of course, folks not from Hawai'i will…