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"This is insane. How can a 70 years old lady give birth to two children in that Age? How is she supposed to take her of hers children? I feel really sorry for her kids who do not have a long-living paretens which can't take care of them properly."

Can someone here correct this long sentence here for meg, please?
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This is insane. How can a 70 year old lady give birth to two children at that age? How is she supposed to take care of her children? I feel really sorry for her kids as their parents will not be around long to take care of them properly.
optilangHow can a 70 year old lady give birth to two children at that age?
Shouldn't ibe be 'a 70-year-old day...' (hyphenated)
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Yoong Liat
optilangHow can a 70 year old lady give birth to two children at that age?
Shouldn't it be be 'a 70-year-old lady day...' (hyphenated)?

optilang
Shouldn't it be be 'a 70-year-old lady ...' (hyphenated)?I must have been quite sleepy to have made so many typing errors. Thanks for the corrections.

However, you haven't answered my question whether the phrase should be hyphenated.
However, you haven't answered my question whether the phrase should be hyphenated. - Sorry, my apologies.

I believe it should.
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optilangHowever, you haven't answered my question whether the phrase should be hyphenated. - Sorry, my apologies.

I believe it should.

Thanks, Optilang.
Yoong LiatShouldn't ibe be 'a 70-year-old day...'
That would surely be the longest day!
Avangi
Yoong LiatShouldn't ibe be 'a 70-year-old day...'
That would surely be the longest day!

I was sleepy when I was typing the sentence. That's why I think in the near future, I will be asleep for 70-years..

= 10 years.
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