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    Can we say:'He is one years old.' instead of 'He is one year old.'

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    Default Re: one years old

    Quote Originally Posted by fungyf_hk
    Can we say:'He is one years old.' instead of 'He is one year old.'
    Well, native speakers do in fact use "one years old", but technically it's incorrect. Try, He is a year old.

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