How to: oh or oh?
From this article we learn about the spelling of the prepositions "about" and "about", we will understand, on which the choice of the correct preposition depends.
And so, in Russian there is the followingrule: before nouns in the prepositional case prepositions "o" or "about" are used. "O" is used when the word behind it starts with a consonant sound, for example: a conversation about the weather. "About" is used in the event that the word behind it begins with a vowel sound, for example: an article about nuts. We must carefully consider the fact that the choice is correct: "o" or "about" depends not on the letter, but on the first sound in the next word. In Russian, there are vowels that start with a consonant sound "d", this is y, y, e, e. If the word following the preposition begins with one of these letters, then we choose the preposition "o". Example: this story is about a hedgehog.