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Hi everyone

1, How many stops are there before Tokyo Station?
Maybe it's okay.

2, Tokyo Station is the third station from this station.
Does it make sense?
Can you rewrite it in a question form meaning like the frist sentence above?

Thanks
LiJ
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Can you tell me which of the sentences are correct?

  • How many years' contract did you sign with this company?

  • How many years of contract did you sign wiht this company?

  • For many years did you sign the contract with this company?

  • For how long did you sign the contract with this company?

  • For how many years did you sign with this company?
Answers: I have signed 5 years' contract with this company.

I have signed 5 years of contract with this company.

I have signed the contract with this company for 5 years.
Hi H,

The last question and the last answer could pass muster. (best of a bad lot)

You might try, I signed/have signed a five-year contract with this company.

How long a contract did you sign with this company?

What was the term of the contract you signed with this company?

Regards, A.

P.S. Actually, your first question is acceptable.
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Thanks, -A.Emotion: smile