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what's the different when using "plus" and the word "and"?
For example,
the choices to the problem were:
1. Cronkite was known for his honest presentation of the news PLUS his reassuring tone
2.Cronkite was known for his honest presentation of the news AND his reassuring tone


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  • grammar - ,

    They both have about the same meaning.

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    But then the answer was choice 2.

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    What was the problem?

  • grammar - ,

    The word "plus" is not a conjunction except in informal speech:
    http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/plus

    The sentence requires a conjunction to join those two phrases.

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