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gabriel

gabriel

when is the s in plus prounounced and when is it not?
Thunder

Thunder

I would think it would follow the rule & be sounded when it is followed by a word beginning with a vowel. Thunder.
humanist

humanist

On prononce le "s" de "plus" en fin de phrase et dans "plus que" >>> C'est Jean qui gagne le plus (prononce le "s" ici) ; il travaille plus que les autres.(prononce le "s" ici).
Marie-Claire-Riviere

Marie-Claire-Riviere

Salut à tous! The "s" in "plus" is not pronounced when it means "no more" (negative sentence). Example: Je ne sais plus que tu veux (I don't know anymore -no more- what you want). It's pronounced in all the other cases as when it means "more" (positive sentence). Example : Je veux jouer plus ( I want to play more). I hope this helps :) Â bientôt !

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