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Explanation: You could use 'cibum' for 'escam', which former is slightly more common in classical Latin, but you must use the masculine form 'Graecum', in accordance with the rules of agreement or concord, even though the adjective applies to both substantives.
The enclitic '-que' is preferable here to 'et', which would place equal emphasis on both substantives, and to 'atque', which would place emphasis on the second, because 'Greek language and food' seems to be considered as a unit.
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