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    need help!! I'm not that confident

    Hi,Are these sentences correct ? :


    = " I lied to a 7 year-old kid"

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    Re: need help!! I'm not that confident

    Quote Originally Posted by EnnyanEnnyham View Post
    Hi,Are these sentences correct ? :


    = " I lied to a 7 year-old kid"
    This is a correct sentence: "I lied to a 7 year-old kid."

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    Re: need help!! I'm not that confident

    Quote Originally Posted by EnnyanEnnyham View Post
    Hi,Are these sentences correct ? :


    = " I lied to a 7 year-old kid"

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    I think that my American teachers would recommend two hyphens:

    I lied to a 7-year-old kid.

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    Re: need help!! I'm not that confident

    Quote Originally Posted by TheParser View Post
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    I think that my American teachers would recommend two hyphens:

    I lied to a 7-year-old kid.
    Possibly.

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