"Il n'y a plus de beurre."
Translation:There's no more butter.
June 2, 2020
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Why is the "s" pronounced in plus in the recording? I always learned that in the expression "plus de" the S is silent.
It's wrong here. The s is silent when doing ne ... plus. It's pronounced when it means +, as in the channel name. This is hard and Duo inexcusably gets it wrong a lot.
Not always. An example is"Canal+" tv channel is always pronounced "canal plus" with the s.
But I hope someone who knows the rules can explain it!
The original question asks why the s in plus is pronounced. Can anyone say why?