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    Default What ages correspond with "early twenties"?

    What ages correspond with "early twenties"?

    20-21
    20-22
    20-23
    20-24
    20-25

    ??????????????

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    Default Re: What ages correspond with "early twenties"?

    Quote Originally Posted by BRENOIRONMAIDEN View Post
    What ages correspond with "early twenties"?

    20-21
    20-22
    20-23
    20-24
    20-25

    ??????????????

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    The phrase 'early twenties' would be used to describe someone when you don't know their actual age, but wish to convey a range of ages you think the person MIGHT be. To me - the range is 20-23.

    24, 25, & 26 would be 'mid-twenties' (to me).

    27, 28 & 29 would be 'late-twenties' (to me).

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    Default Re: What ages correspond with "early twenties"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gillnetter View Post
    It depends on who you ask.
    Gilnetter is absolutely right. From my advanced age (64) looking back, the early twenties could be 20-25, but if I were in my thirties, I imagine that I would think of 20-22/23.

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