how would "fils" sound different phonetically- a liaison?
FISS (fils) vs FIJ (fille/filles)
Would this mean that the girls co-write a book, or that they write a book each or are both possible interpretations?
Both interpretations are possible, but we would probably add something to make it more explicit:
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Why doesn't she say FIZ ECRIVE? The "s" precedes a vowel.
As far as I know fille also means daughter. I used this version (two daughters are writing a book) but it was not accepted.
"Fille" means "daughter" only in a family environment, not in this sentence.