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    Easy XXX Number For Sale OR XXX Easy Number For Sale? Where do I have to place "easy"

    Hi teachers,

    Easy XXX Number For Sale OR XXX Easy Number For Sale? Where do I have to place "easy"?

    Many thanks.
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    Re: Easy XXX Number For Sale OR XXX Easy Number For Sale? Where do I have to place "e

    What is an 'Easy Number'?

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    Re: Easy XXX Number For Sale OR XXX Easy Number For Sale? Where do I have to place "e

    Mobile Number.
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    Re: Easy XXX Number For Sale OR XXX Easy Number For Sale? Where do I have to place "e

    I'll write the network name in place of "XXX".
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    Re: Easy XXX Number For Sale OR XXX Easy Number For Sale? Where do I have to place "e

    Do you mean 'Orange mobile phone number 07989 567789 for sale'?

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    Re: Easy XXX Number For Sale OR XXX Easy Number For Sale? Where do I have to place "e

    Yes.

    So, "Easy Orange Number..." OR "Orange Easy Number". I think "Easy Orange Number..." is correct.
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    Re: Easy XXX Number For Sale OR XXX Easy Number For Sale? Where do I have to place "e

    Are you calling it an easy number because it is an easy number to memorise? If so, I would call it exactly that.

    "Easy-to-memorise Orange mobile number for sale".

    The way you have written it, it looks as if an "Orange Easy Number" is some kind of brand name, a type of number which Orange have specifically designated an "Easy Number" (proper noun).
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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