How do you say "both A and B", especially if A and B are different genders? For example, how do you say "both Jane and Jack are good students"? Thank you.
As a default we use the masculine "ambos" even if it includes a female, for example:
Jane y Jack son buenos estudiantes, ambos sacan buenas notas.
But you can also use this other structure to say "both":
Tanto Jane como Jack son buenos estudiantes.
Here's a lesson on this usage.
I hope it helps.
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