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6 October 2017
Does one ever use "Deux et deux font quatre" or "Deux et deux égal/égale quatre"?
I'm just wondering if "et" is used rather than "plus", or if that's an outmoded thing (or if the book I have is totally wrong...).
This question relates to:French lesson "Doing arithmetic (numbers, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division)"
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23 March 2019
When I was taking French in high school thirty years ago, "et" was acceptable.
Forgot to mention, too, that when I lived in France for several months in the '90s, either worked, and I heard French people use both.
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