Who is “A” on “Pretty Little Little Liars?” Reading and Article Practice

Posted on Aug 11 2015 - 11:00am by PopESL

Five years later, “Pretty Little liars” fans may finally get some answers to a longstanding question.

The mystery person who has been harassing Aria Montgomery (Lucy Hale), Spencer Hastings (Troian Bellisario), Hanna Marin (Ashley Benson), Emily Fields (Shay Mitchell) and Alison DiLaurentis (Sasha Pieterse) as the series’ villain “A” will finally be unmasked.

The violent stalker was recently been identified as Charles DiLaurentis, the long-lost brother of Alison who was sent to live in a psychiatric institute as a young child.

But the show’s creators admit that Charles is someone whom viewers have met before, disguising himself (or herself) as an ally of the girls.

There have been many supporting characters over the years, whom could “A” possibly be? Any ideas?

“A” is not just a villain on the show. It’s also an article in English. A and An are  indefinite artilcles used when referring to something the first time.

  • A = indefinite article with consonants
    She is a good friend.
  • An = indefinite article with vowels and words with beginning vowel sounds.
    Can I have an ice cream?

Want more practice using English articles? Here is more information and practice using a, an and the.


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