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    He is around 30 years (old) ?

    Is it "He is around 30 years old" or "He is around 30 years" ? Or are both sentences possible ?

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    Re: He is around 30 years (old) ?

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    Is it "He is around 30 years old" or "He is around 30 years" ? Or are both sentences possible ?
    "He is around/about 30" or "He is around/about 30 years old".

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    Re: He is around 30 years (old) ?

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    "He is around/about 30" or "He is around/about 30 years old".
    Thanks !
    Is it possible to say : "He is 30 years." ?

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    Re: He is around 30 years (old) ?

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    Thanks !
    Is it possible to say : "He is 30 years." ?
    No, "30" or "30 years old".

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