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I would like to have a sentence to indicate a person is on two days of paid time-off.

Could I form a sentence like,

  • "He is on two days paid time off."
  • "He is on paid time off for two days".

Please let me know which one is correct.

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You could write

He is on two days of paid leave.

  • +1 Also, FYI long periods of paid-leave (months) are often referred to as gardening leave. – 5arx Jul 15 '12 at 20:30

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