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    'at a quarter after three' or 'at quarter after three'

    Dear teachers,

    Do we say 'I'm going to the library at quarter after three' or 'I'm going to the library at a quarter after three'?

    Thank you!

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    Re: 'at a quarter after three' or 'at quarter after three'

    Quote Originally Posted by Heidi View Post
    Dear teachers,

    Do we say 'I'm going to the library at quarter after three' or 'I'm going to the library at a quarter after three'?

    Thank you!
    I would say: "...at a quarter past three."

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