Is this grammatically right?
During the three month trial period, I provided assistance to 10 projects, 2 schemes and one meeting.
During the three-month trial period, I provided assistance with ten projects, two schemes, and one meeting.
1) We hyphenate words that come together to make an adjective, i.e. "three-month period", "end-of-week report".
2) In general, you should write out all words under 11.
3) In a list, you should include the comma before the 'and'. It tells the reader that the schemes and meeting weren't grouped together.
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