It might be useful if we learned how to introduce ourselves, talk about our interests, or talk about the weather before learning to say that the prince cuts with a pair of scissors.
This sentence is probably created for Mr Christopher O'Neill in case he wants to learn how to talk about his brother-in-law:
If you want to say like- Hello my name is: hej, jag heter . I'm XX years old: jag är XX år. My hobbys are Golf and horses: mina intressen är golf och hästar.
I live in Sweden: Jag bor i Sverige.
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'pair of" is not really necessary. Ie one would say Give me the scissors, not the pair of scissors. To cut with a scissors should be accepted.
Because scissors in English is a word that is plural in form but singular or plural in construction. In Swedish though, sax is a normal countable word: en sax, två saxar. In English, that would be one pair of scissors, two pairs of scissors.
I'm not sure if it's just my dialect, but everyone I know would say "cuts with some scissors". Is this an accepted answer?