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This line is from the nydailynews.com

Surveillance video from Gonzales Community School in Santa Fe shows a two teacher dragging a 6-year-old student down a hallway.

The bold phrases caught my attention. Are they acceptable?


“a two teacher” doesn’t make sense. All I can think is that it was meant to say “two teachers”.

“a 6-year-old student” is grammatically fine. I would not personally call someone that young a “student”, but usage may differ amongst different speakers or in different regions.

I see. I do understand now. Thank you Dozy :wink: