Does this mean I would never use EL or Un with Te?
It means that if you are referring to the letter "t" in Spanish, you would use the feminine articles, not the masculine:
la te, una te
not el te or un te
This is when we are talking about the letter t, not if we are talking about the noun "té" (tea).
I learned that words that begin with "a" should use "el", even when they are feminine. Are letters an exception to this?
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