what do you use to say 17 year old? where does the dash goes if any?
just want to know if you in fact use a hyphen or dash in this case.
"17-year-old" is the correct adjective, as in:
"He is a 17-year-old youth."
"He is 17 years old." This requires no hyphen.
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