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    "Sound file A and B" or "Sound files A and B"?

    Hi,

    I have some doubts about the plurality. If I have 2 computer sound files, instead of saying "sound file A and sound file B," I would like to contract it to a shorter phrase, provided that the listener also knows there are 2 sound files, what should I say?
    "sound file A and B" or "sound files A and B"?

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    Re: "Sound file A and B" or "Sound files A and B"?

    Sound files A and B.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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