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Should it be 'a knight of the twelfth and thirteenth century' or 'a knight of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries'?

Plurals asked Aug 28 '13 at 15:52 sarah jones New member

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The key is the word "and". When you use that, you're speaking of more than one ...hence plural.

link comment answered Aug 28 '13 at 20:36 Geannene Ledbetter Contributor

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