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    Numbers in plural form

    How to say numbers in plural form?
    Example: two fours or two four's in maths?

    If I have to say a pair of four or a pair of fours?
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    Re: Numbers in plural form

    If you mean 4 4, that's "two fours" or "a pair of fours".
    Please be aware that I'm neither a native English speaker nor a teacher.

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