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I'm kind of confused as to when to say 2 year or years, 2 month or months. Can you please explain it to you me? Thanks
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More context would help us zero in on your question, but here's a start.

His daughter is six years old. He has a six-year-old daughter.
My lease is for two years. I have a two-year lease.
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You use the singular when modifying a noun.

A ten-foot pole, a two-year-old daughter, a four-minute mile.
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PhilipMore context would help us zero in on your question, but here's a start.

His daughter is six years old. He has a six-year-old daughter.
My lease is for two years. I have a two-year lease.

Why do you use "s" in the first sentence but not the second? Is it because you're describing it?
anyone?
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ah.... Thanks