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    a half

    1.It's half past ten.
    2. It's a half past ten.


    Q1:Which is right? with a or no a?
    Q2:Any difference?

    Thank you

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    Re: a half

    Quote Originally Posted by dido4 View Post
    1.It's half past ten.
    2. It's a half past ten.


    Q1:Which is right? with a or no a?
    Q2:Any difference?

    Thank you
    They are both correct, both commonly used and have the same meaning.

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