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Please Help! What do you think? The sentence reads:
One-one-thousand, two-one-thousand, three ...
One - one - thousand, two - one - thousand, three ...
One more thing, is there a space between three and the ...?
Dashes are created to create asides. Hyphens are used to make multiple words into one term. It should be a hyphen with no space after or before. So use the first one.
'One one thousand, two one thousand, three one thousand' and 'one one-thousand, two one-thousand, three one-thousand' seem to be the correct way to write this.
Yes, that's right because the one-thousand is two words that have become one just like mother-in-law.
Thank You Both...It was great help. I hate looking up English questions while the writing is moving quickly. I did, but I din't understand, so it was great help from you guys...