Questions tagged with years

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singular or plural verb and possessive usage
Please help with this sentence: The combination of x and y along with four years (or years' ?) of experience ...
years have Has 0 votes, asked Oct 13 by page
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Numeric or Words preferred in sentence.
Which sentence is more correct given below?. 1 or 2 1 Employees Feedback can be useful who complete 1,2,3 ...
service years numeric words organisation 0 votes, asked Jul 06 by Prashant Akerkar
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for 3 years
Is it correct? By the end of next year, I'll have studied English for 3 years.
for 3 years 0 votes, asked Jun 18 by Emma
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in recent years
How can I use "in recent years" in past perfect or past perfect progressive? Could you please provide some examples ...
in recent years 0 votes, asked Jun 12 by Emma
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Decades - plural or possessive
In writing about a decade, is it "In the 1930's," or "In the 1930s," ?
Decades years 0 votes, asked Oct 12 '15 by Gene Eggleston
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Use of "years" and "experience"
Which is grammatically correct..."20 years experience managing..." or "20 years OF experience managing..."?
use of years and experience 0 votes, asked Jun 13 '15 by Wesley Hamilton
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Proper placement of the year and location?
When giving a location in a specific year, should the year be placed before or after the location? For example; ...
Structure dates locations years 0 votes, asked May 20 '14 by Michael Bigelow
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