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    indefinite article

    Do we say 'they are a brother and a sister' or 'they are a brother and sister' or 'they are brother and sister'? Can we omit articles here?
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    Re: indefinite article

    'they are brother and sister' is the correct option


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    Re: indefinite article

    I would qualify that - it is the commonest form, but the others could be applicable in the right contexts.

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