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1. The boy is ten years old.
2. He is a ten-year-old boy.

3. The building is ten meters tall.
4. The building is ten meters high.

5. It is a ten-meter-tall building.
6. It is a ten-meter-high builing.
7. It is a ten-meter building.
(Which ones are grammatical?)

asked by rfvv
  1. They all are correct. Seven could also mean it's ten meters wide or deep, not necessarily tall, though. It's not specific as the others are.

    posted by Reed

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