Which is the correct form: "ten euro" or "ten euros"?
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The situation is actually a mess. Here are only some of the relevant bits from Wikipedia:
So, both plural forms are correct. Just go with whichever your audience is more accustomed to.
Ten euro, please
Hmm However from the same document referred to:
However (again) here is the spelling in the official languages - Only plural in non-English languages
In this case, in English Euro (or euro) has two accepted plural forms: euros and euro.
It is clear that, in general, either is correct, but that particular institutions and organisations have their own rules. I am English, but live in Spain, so it seems natural for me to say
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