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    Which sentence is right? Thank you!

    I called you for one to two hours.
    I called you for one to two hour.

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    I invited you for an hour or two.

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    At first thank Clark for your reply!!!


    The expression 【one to two hours】 is wrong?
    please see
    One to Two Hours Photo Gallery by Ralf Brown at pbase.com

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    I'd say 'a one-or-two-hour photo gallery'.

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