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    year(s)?? old??

    Is it grammatically correct to add the morpheme -s to the word 'year', when I say " I'm 21 year(s)? old."?

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    Re: year(s)?? old??

    Quote Originally Posted by asad hussain View Post
    Is it grammatically correct to add the morpheme -s to the word 'year', when I say " I'm 21 year(s)? old."?
    Yes it is. "Years" should be plural.

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