son/are

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son/are

It might be easier for an English speaker to think of "son" as "are" because it is not unnatural to say "two plus two are four," and to think of "igual a" as "equal to."

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son/are

It might be easier for an English speaker to think of "son" as "are" because it is not unnatural to say "two plus two are four," and to think of "igual a" as "equal to."

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