29 Feb 2008 @ 5:23 PM 

A little teaching here. The plural of Euro is Euro. Strange huh? There is a good reason for this.


In Europe we have many different languages and every country has its own way to make the plural form of a noun. For this reason, there is an EU Directive that established that the plural form of Euro is Euro and not Euros; just to avoid confusion. There are a few pages over the Internet (mainly written in England and guess what? England did not adopt yet the Euro) stating otherwise. I was a vice-president of a bank in Italy and my biggest project was the conversion of software for the introduction of the Euro, so I know what I am talking about. I still have all the documentation I needed to analyze this matter. Remember, not everything you find over the Internet is reliable. As you don’t say informations, you don’t say Euros.

A final note. Don’t say Euro-Dollar; this currency does not exist!

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Last Edit: 29 Aug 2011 @ 08:16 AM

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