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    #1

    two(-)hour(s) daily break?

    Which one is correct, please?

    Her mother allowed her...

    1. two-hour daily breaks
    2. two hours breaks per day
    3. two hours daily breaks

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    #2

    Re: two(-)hour(s) daily break?

    If she one one break lasting two hours, I would say:
    Her mother allowed her a two-hour break a day.
    If she could have breaks totalling two hours, I'd say:
    Her mother allowed her two hours of breaks a day.


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    Re: two(-)hour(s) daily break?

    Thanks a lot for your help.

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