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Which is correct — "a two-week all-expense-paid trip" or "a two week all-expense-paid trip"?

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A better phrasing would be:

A two-week all-expense trip.

It should be "two-week" in careful English, though the unhyphenated alternative is also acceptable in slacker prose.

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