- I'm still packing my clothes. I'll need 10 minutes more.
- I'm still packing my clothes. I'll need 10 more minutes.
Are both grammatically correct?
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They're both correct. But "I need 10 more minutes" is probably more common. (There's no reason to make it progressive or conditional. The need is in the present.)