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Hello. I just wanted to ask whether 'a last ten years' is an expression which is grammatically correct. So, is it _correct_?
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
"I spent a last two days with my parents and ..." /Yes, it's a quotation./
Last edited by bureaucracy; 07-Sep-2013 at 18:47.
Could you explain it to me what makes 'a last two days' and 'a last ten years' so different?...
In what context would you use it? Or maybe you'd rather I provided you some context. I think I am able to.
In other words:
When 'a last two days' is grammatically correct?
Last edited by bureaucracy; 07-Sep-2013 at 19:29.