In the answers to "and equality also means freedom", it seems as if "l'égalité" and "la liberté" can be used in place of "égalité" and "liberté".
Does this mean that if you use "l'égailté" that you should also use "la liberté", or if you use "égalité" you should use "liberté"? Or is there some subtlety with the verb chosen that would require the use of an article?
Freeform Writing Exercise A1
You are correct that if you start using the definite article here, then you have to use it for both (and the same applies with omitting the article).
I hope this is helpful.
Bonne journée !
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