my first, second and third years
Can someone correct my sentence?
I hated my first, second and third years in college.
I hated my first, second and third year in college.
Should the noun following the counter number be in singular or plural?
There are three(first, second and third)which means there are more than one, so plural?
But the real sentence should be
I hate my first year, second year, and third year in college.
If the real sentence is written out, it is very clear that year is singular.
So, which is correct?
Re: my first, second and third years
I hated my first (year), second (year), and third year at college.
Originally Posted by Unregistered