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    #1

    time vs times

    Hello all!
    I'm a new member coming from Vietnam. Could you explain to me which sentence is correct?
    - She has climbed the mountain for the twenty third times.
    - She has climbed the mountain for the twenty third time.
    Thanks in advance for all help!

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    #2

    Re: time vs times

    Hello, chunganhvu.
    Welcome to UsingEnglish.com.

    "She has climbed the mountain twenty-three times."
    and
    "She (has) climbed the mountain for the twenty-third time."
    are grammatical in my opinion.

    I hope my response will be of some assistance to you.

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