He draw masks on 2300 images a week.

He draw masks on 2300 images in a week time.

Is it grammatical and idiomatic to use both a week and in a week time?

  • In a week time is not idiomatic. As The Photon says, in a week's time has a different meaning. Jun 24 '20 at 8:50

"He draws 2300 images a week" implies this is an ongoing activity that has happened every week.

Something happening "in a week's time" typically refers to a single future event which we expect to happen about a week from now. For example,

I will be visiting New York in a week's time

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