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    two nouns connected with "and", elipsis of an article

    Is it correct to say "a man and woman" instead of "a man and a woman"?

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    Re: two nouns connected with "and", elipsis of an article

    Quote Originally Posted by birdeen's call View Post
    Is it correct to say "a man and woman" instead of "a man and a woman"?
    I would say "a man and a woman" but I daresay you'll here it without the article.

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