In your first set, A is correct for. But you will see B. C is incorrect.
Fifty feet high building is incorrect.
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The things I know :- hyphenated combination is not made plural.But is the same thing valid without hyphen?
e.g. :-Fifty-Dollar note.
So which out of the following is/are correct?
A:- Five-star hotel.
B:- Five star hotel.
C:- Five stars hotel.
If C is wrong then Fifty feet high building should also be wrong in my opinion as we have not made star plural so why should we make foot plural.
P.S.:-Single Adjective made up of two words will take both the words in singular form.Therefore "Fifty foot" being a single adjective should be used with singular form of foot that is foot.
Please explain a bit.
Last edited by Sahil Dhankhar; 29-Mar-2015 at 13:19.
The building is fifty feet high.
It is a fifty-foot high building.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
Please tell which of the following is are correct?
:-fifty foot rope
:-fifty feet rope
Neither is correct.
Read post #3 again.