I said this phrase was incorrect as I though the a in ave would change the una to an un.
However I was marked wrong and apparently it is a correct phrase.
Is this another exception to the rule?
Both un and una are accepted with these words that are feminine and start with a stressed "a", like ave. In the lesson we explain how the only use the definite article "el ave" (not la ave) but they can use both un and una: un ave bonita, una ave bonita.
I hope this clarified it.
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