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Posted by Henry2 on Monday, July 4, 2011 at 4:34am.

Why is it wrong to say " a child of six years old" and is possible to say "a six-year-old child"?

Example: My family consists of /is made up of/ is composed of two adults and two children, six years old and ten years old.
But: .... of a six-year-old child and a ten-year-old child?


Can you please recommend me a nice and convenient four-star accommodation in West Yellowstone which lies not too far from the park? Thank you for your help!!

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