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    Cool two years delay

    "A two years delay" or "two years delay"?

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    Re: two years delay

    Quote Originally Posted by Bushwhacker View Post
    "A two years delay" or "two years delay"?

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    a two-year delay = most common usage

    two years' delay = less common usage (note apostrophe)

    a two years' delay = incorrect

    Hope this helps!

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    Cool Re: two years delay

    Quote Originally Posted by bertietheblue View Post
    a two-year delay = most common usage

    two years' delay = less common usage (note apostrophe)

    a two years' delay = incorrect

    Hope this helps!
    Thanks a lot

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