- She works with children from 5 to 10 years old.
- She works with children from 5 to 10 years.
- Which one is correct?
Some natives said that they'd say "She works with children aged 5 to 10".
Do you agree? Is this how most people speak?
- What about those 2 sentences? Are they wrong at all?
Some natives said: The use of from, rather than of, implies working with them for 5 years, i.e. throughout that age range.
Is that true? I should use "OF" instead?