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Dear Sir,

I need to confirm which one is correct to use-3 days leave or 3 day leaves

Regards

Annie
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Anonymous'I need a three days leave' is correct or not ?
Not. You have managed to avoid all the right answers:

I need three days' leave.
I need three days of leave.
I need a three-day leave.
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AnonymousDear Sir,

I need to confirm which one is correct to use-3 days leave or 3 day leaves

Regards
Annie
Neither is correct. It should be 3 days' leave.
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'I need a three days leave' is correct or not ?
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The correct is three-day leave
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Dear Sir,

I need to confirm which one is correct to use-3 days leave or 3 day leaves

One leave of three sequential days (December 6, 7 and 8) = a three-day leave

Three leaves, one day each (December 6, December 13, December 20) = three one-day leaves

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