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  1. Reynaldo


    Teacher. how do I ask some words into the plane?
    Lady and Gentlemen.
    Dear passengerd.

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    Re: Plane

    Hello Reynaldo

    Do you mean "how do I address the people on the plane"?

    If so, you use a version of your first sentence.

    Now you've used "gentlemen", which is plural and correct, but "lady", which is singular and incorrect, unless there is only one "lady" on the plane.

    Would you like to try again?


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