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    Which one is correct?

    one and a half hour
    one and half hours
    meaning one hour and 30 minutes
    Is it plural or singular

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    Hi unregistered,
    For my money, it is plural and should be "one and half hours", as in:

    I was waiting for one and half hours.

    Cheers
    udara

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    Default Re: hour

    "One and a half hours" is the normal way of saying this.

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    Or "an hour and a half"

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