Is it right to say?
My working hours are 12.00-19.00pm by Yerevan time
Thanks for your kindly reply. Yerevan, is the capital of Armenia, similarly, can we say
My working hours are 12.00 to 19.00 pm by London time?
Last edited by 5jj; 18-Jan-2012 at 09:58. Reason: ps added
Thanks a lot.
is this a correct word combination?
second half of the day
'The second half of the day' is correct grammatically, but we don't use it much, in my opinion. We'd be more likely to say:
In the afternoon and evening
Later in the day
We might use your expression if we were using the word 'day' to refer to a day of planned activities.
Thanks a lot
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(1) May I just add a few notes to the moderators' answers?
(a) I believe that Americans prefer the colon. Thus:
My working hours are from 12:00 to 19:00, Yerevan time.
(b)The two moderators reminded us that no preposition is necessary to introduce
"Yerevan time." Thus, my local newspaper might say:
"The TV show will be on at 7 p.m. (PST)" [PST = Pacific Standard Time]
(i) But I wanted to know what preposition was "correct" if I -- for some
reason -- wanted to use one. So I did some googling. It seems, therefore,
that you could say:
My working hours are from 12:00 to 19:00 in Yerevan time.
The program will be on at 7 p.m. in [the] Pacific Standard Time [zone].