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    would you say, for something that only happens on one occasion

    it is a one of

    or
    it is a one off (with 2 "f"s)

    thanks

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    I have heard and seen "one-off" with a hyphen, but I consider it business jargon. I think you're better off with "one-time occurrence."

    [business writer, not a teacher]

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